what is baby bunching?

  • Baby Bunching™ is two years of pregnancy and back-to-back infants and toddlers with nary a break for you. Baby Bunching means chaos for you, and your little twiblings. No worries, they become good friends as a result of your bunching strategy. You will become strong, creative, organized, calm and at peace with your new lifestyle without even realizing it.

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Aug 26, 2008


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Distract, distract, distract!!

Animal crackers and juice ups go EVERYWHERE with us. Our kids are 15 months and 8.5 months and they are now blessidly distractable. We can easily go out to eat or walmart, provided we have plenty of animal crackers!!

Also, when the baby was younger, we were able to swing Walmart/shopping by having one in a sling and one in the cart. Otherwise I don't know what we would have done since they were both too young for the carts that multiple kids can go into. They still ARE for that matter.

Also, we have a big superyard thing and it takes up most of our livingroom. They are not old enough to go in together, meaning that if we have to attend to things in other areas of the house or....say...go to the bathroom, we can leave them in that and they don't kill each other or themselves! This probably isn't as big an issue for regularly spaced kids because one of them won't chew on cords anymore, but for the little one as he or she becomes more mobile, I HIGHLY reccomend the superyards!!


The sweet freedom of errands. I pray to get errand duty. In fact, I skipped the circus the other day so that I could stay home with the baby and clean the house. I never knew that laundry and ironing (my nemisis) would be so enjoyable.


Thank heavens for 24-hour grocery stores. Once the kids are in bed, my husband stays home while I sneak out to take care of the shopping. Yeah, I'm usually tired and should go right to bed, but it's so wonderful to slowly wandering the aisles, reading all the labels on the boxes, sipping a cup of coffee from the late-night drive-thru.


This is a great post! We currently have a 1,2 and 4 year old and this is all we do all weekend. The days that we decide to do everything all together are usually not very successful. Sometimes its fun, and of course I love spending time with my husband but it takes twice as long to go to Costco or any errand we have to run. We also try to spend the weekend doing something for the kids since its easier going places with another adult than what I do alone with the kids during the week.
We have house projects that have been sitting for months - but we just think, well these kids aren't going to be this age for long so take advantage of the nice weekends when you can!

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