CORTLANDT MANOR, N.Y. — This is the new must have item for babies. Stuk On U ( has created the first ever, patent-pending baby sleep and playwear that opens and closes with the softest-to-the-touch Velcro(R). No more pinchy zippers and snap buttons to button. This is what moms everywhere have been waiting for.

Safety and convenience make these rompers a sure bet to win the hearts of parents, grandparents, and caregivers. We have combined quality fabrics, fun designs, and unbeatable comfort for babies that has enabled Stuk On U to come up with this ingenious creation. In addition, for added comfort for baby, all of the Stuk On U rompers are tagless, because we have given every consideration to providing the best sleep and playwear Stuk On U can offer.

The Stuk On U Story
Jeanine Altreche, Stuk On U’s founder and leading designer, has made it her mission to bring convenience and care to the baby garment industry. As a mother herself, Jeanine knows all to well the importance of providing an easy, hassle-free way of dressing a baby and making diaper changes a not so tedious task. There is a separate Velcro (R) opening and closing on the bottom portion of the legs to aid in quick diaper changes. Jeanine has a compelling story, with the birth of her son she discovered she had carpal tunnel.

She found it extremely painful to button each individual snap button on her son’s rompers. The next option was the zipper rompers which now meant she would have to zip the romper all the way down, and expose her son’s chest to the cold.

Thus, she came up with a fantastic solution and alternative to the limited options that were available.

Stuk On U is launching new creative designs for winter ’08. Currently, Stuk On U rompers are available in sizes Newborn-18 months. To purchase or for more information visit

Valerie G, editor at CANW
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