FuzziBunz Diapers Over Time
January 1999 – After Tereson Dupuy’s son, Eden, has been
suffering from chronic diaper rash, Tereson officially
invents, FuzziBunz, sparking the modern-day cloth diapering
revolution with fleece and a pocket-opening.
June 17, 2003 – Tereson Dupuy is officially and legally
granted a U.S. patent for her invention of FuzziBunz.
March 2007 – FuzziBunz featured in national parenting
publication, Parents magazine.
March 5, 2007 – Tereson Dupuy named Best Entrepreneur
Original FuzziBunz as designed by Tereson Dupuy , 1999.
by the Stevie® Awards for Women in Business.
August 20, 2007 – FuzziBunz named 2007 Outstanding Product Winner by iParenting Media.
December 15, 2007 – FuzziBunz launches “new-style” diapers with larger tabs and stretchy-er elastic.
January 2008 – Tereson Dupuy interviewed for and featured in The New York Times.
March 2008 – Tori Spelling tells CNBC’s Donny Deutsche that she has a
FuzziBunz stash at home!
November 24, 2008 – FuzziBunz wins Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA)
Media Inc.’s Seal of Approval.
December 2008 – FuzziBunz launches new line of diapering accessories including
a new wet tote, diaper pail liner and organic changing pads.
March 2009 – FuzziBunz diapers are the only cloth diaper chosen to be featured on Sundance
Channel’s “Big Ideas for a Small Planet.”
April 2009 – FuzziBunz introduces the FuzziBunz One-Size Diaper to major fanfare. The FuzziBunz-
One-Size diaper is the most adjustable one-size diaper ever seen!
March 2010 – FuzziBunz launches 14 new colors – including
Choco Truffle, Crushed Berry (pictured) and Watermelon.
June 2010 – FuzziBunz’s CEO spearheads a movement, “Cloth for
the Coast,” to collected used diaper inserts, blankets and other
materials to support the Gulf Coast Oil Spill cleanup efforts.