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Blueberry Wetbag at

This is a waterproof bag to keep your wet and/or soiled diapers in while you're out and about. Drawstring secures the bag shut. This bag can accommodate 4-5 diapers. Keep at least 2 on hand so you always have a clean one while the other is in the wash or waiting to be washed. Fabric content: 100% polyester laminate. Made in the USA Wash & Care 1. Machine wash in any temperature along with your regular / diaper laundry. 2. Tumble dry or hang to dry with your regular / diaper laundry. 3. DO NOT USE BLEACH or put through a sanitize cycle.  This will cause the bag's waterproof lining to de-laminate. Click here to purchase  

Attention Malaysian Mommies - Weehuggers on Super Sale at

After a long wait, finally the Weehuggers has reached Malaysia. To Welcome them, SentuhanBayu is having an introductory price @ RM65.90 each. Place an order online at Should the prints you want is not available, you can place a preorder via email This Offer valid till 30th April 2011

Sentuhan Bayu @ the Great Cloth Diaper Change Event on 23rd April

Hello to All, Upcoming is an important international event & Sentuhan Bayu will be sponsoring & participating in the "Great Cloth Diaper Change KL" on 23rd April 2011, to raise awareness about baby cloth diaper use & environment friendly options. This event will also aim to break a world record! Sentuhan Bayu will be setting up a booth for participants to learn more on cloth diapers options. We will also showcare our range of products so you could see & touch them ^_^. We will also be offering a one size pocket diaper from as low as RM 15 each. Hope to see you there! Email : Event Location: Wisma Bling Lustre , Puchong

Calling all cloth-diapering parents

April 2011 IN conjunction with Earth Day this Friday, Cloth Diaper Malaysia and The Malaysian Cloth Diapering Parents will be joining international cloth diapering communities around the world this Sunday (April 24) at midnight to set the world record for the most cloth diapers changed simultaneously. Spaces for the event are currently full but do check out their fundraising and eco-lifestyle sales event at Scriptory Box, Level 1, Wisma Bling Lustre, Taman Meranti Jaya, Puchong, Selangor, from 10am to 4pm. Admission is free. For more info, visit

Going green with diapers

20 April 2011 By LEONG SIOK HUI LIKE any expectant mother, Nor Farhana Mohamad Fadzil was eagerly shopping for baby stuff months before her first child’s arrival. “From the start, I opted for cloth diapers because I don’t fancy my baby wearing plastic ‘pants’ aka disposable diaper for a few hours each time, only to ditch the diaper in the landfill,” says Farhana of Kuala Lumpur. “And I don’t want my baby to have any possible contact with chemicals found in disposables.” But to Farhana’s surprise, the array of cloth diapers available in the online market boggles the mind: countless brands, types, pricing, designs and the huge number of online shops and blogshops. Reusable diapers come in cute designs. There is a vast array of cloth diapers available online: countless brands, types, pricing and designs. “It was quite intimidating and there was so much information to sieve through,” says the 26-year-old who works out of home as a customer service consultant. After

Thirsties duo fab fitted in Malaysia

The fab fitted is now available at Retailed @ RM 63 each. Just remember to use this month code 'GIVEME5' and get RM5 off each product you purchased. I must add that this photo didn't justice to the diaper since it is so much vibrant, soft & very cuddly. - Posted from my iPhone

Welcoming WeeHuggers in Malaysia

I'm proud to announce that Weehuggers has join our product line in our online store. To purchase, pls click this link;

Thirsties Duo Fab Fitted now at

Suggested Price: $7.00 each Features: Patent-pending design is easy to clean, quick to dry, and grows with your baby Made from buttery soft custom hemp jersey knitted in the USA 25% more absorbent and much more durable than pure cotton Maintains a trim and comfortable fit Naturally antimicrobial Pair with Thirsties Duo Wrap and save $2000 over disposables! Details: Thirsties is revolutionizing the most widely used cloth diaper in the world. Prefold cloth diapers are popular for their affordability and are the most common diaper supplied by cloth diaper services. Though they don't share all the bells and whistles as other more modern cloth diapers, they have their definite and permanent place in the industry and they have been proven dependable and economical. However, Thirsties Duo Hemp Prefolds are no ordinary prefold! We've solved many of the cons of prefold diapers in our patent-pending design. Ordinary prefolds are bulky and take a long time to dry. When hung to

Thirsties Duo Wrap now at

Suggested Price: $12.75 each for solids $13.75 each for prints Features: An adjustable rise for extended use to suit your growing baby Leg gussets provide superior protection against leaks Pliable and breathable in 8 fresh colors Use with Duo Hemp Prefolds or Stay Dry Duo Inserts and save $2000 over disposables! Use from birth to potty with Thirsties Fab Fitted Cloth Diapers and save $1000 over disposables! Sizing: size one: 6-18 lbs (3-8 kg) 0-9 months size two: 18-40 lbs (8-18 kg) 9-36 months Details: Thirsties Duo Wraps are easy to use and easier on your wallet! The adjustable rise of this wrap design means one size will last twice as long. In fact, only two sizes will cover your baby from birth all the way to potty-learning. Similar in feel to our best-selling Diaper Cover, Thirsties Duo Wraps are completely waterproof yet remain breathable, pliable, and very comfortable for your baby's delicate skin. The inside of these wraps can be wiped clean between uses

Sentuhan Bayu Newsletter of April (1)

Assalamualaikum Mommies & Friends, Discount Code of the month! 'GIVEME5'   -  Use upon check out & get RM5 off EACH PURCHASED PRODUCT. ** Valid till 3oth Apr ** Not to be used with other promo code. BUY 5 Free 1 on HAPPY HEINYS One Size Pocket Diapers ** Simply purchase 5 units & get 1 free. ** Valid till 3oth Apr ** Not to be used with other promo code. Stock Update? 1) New BG Artist Series & Happy Heinys New Prints has been added to the SentuhanBayu product this month. This includes the SNAP closure. 2) Thirstis Duo Fab Fitted, Duo Wrap & Prefolds are on their way to Malaysia 3) WeeHuggers & Blueberry Minky are coming in within 2 weeks. So do check out our store often 4) Hemp Insert stock by BumGenius is available & ready to ship. 5) The BAYU diapers v.1 is back! For International Customer - Pls email me to get Shipping discounts Feel free to share this news with your friends & families. ;-) Earth Loving Mama, Lily Bajur

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate

Posted by: Brigitte Rozario, 1-Apr-2011 Siew (not her real name), mother of three, writes: My children are not vaccinated and I don't ever plan to vaccinate them. Well, one child did get three shots because I was scared after hearing the paediatrician's explanation. But then I went on to do my own research. I spent hours and hours in front of the computer trying to find out why natural health practitioners do not advocate vaccines. What I went on to read gave me goosebumps and I regret that I never ever did my own thorough research before subjecting my newborn to vaccines. I always thought doctors knew best until I decided not to be ignorant anymore. 1. Aren't vaccines full of toxic ingredients?

Should Muslim girls observe hijab from a young age?

Posted by: Brigitte Rozario, 2-Mar-2011 We approached this topic with much trepidation and caution. Obviously all Muslims know what the Quran and Hadith say about this – girls who reach puberty should dress modestly and observe hijab (cover the entire body except for the face and hands). However, we have also seen toddlers who observe hijab and mature women with adult children who don't. How do Malaysian Muslim mothers feel about this? Here are two opinions on the matter by two mothers: Putri (not her real name), mother of a 14-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son:

Should primary school children be given iPods and iPads?

Posted by: Brigitte Rozario, 1-Feb-2011 By NG PUI KAR With all the new gadgets and devices available today, more and more units are finding their way into homes and some even end up in the hands of children. An iPod or iPad can help organise our lives and help us connect as well as come in handy with its music player and many applications available. However, should these gadgets be given to primary school children? Let’s hear from two mothers: Chan Swee Ngoh