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 08, 2008

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Kate

My husband does the same thing. Whenever I have an early meeting and he dresses the kids for daycare - I find that the colors and season choices are a little bizarre.

Unfortunatly even though one of my twins is a boy (18 months younger than my oldest boy), the older (3 year old) boy is huge and the younger boy is tiny. Maybe they'll even out in a few years...but I'm not holding my breath.

Alecia

Cara,

We've been in that same situation for a few years now. Maddie is small for her age, while Josie is bigger for hers. They both wear the same sizes. Everyone always tells me I'm so lucky, that it must be so easy to buy clothes for them. Yes, that's true. I can just walk in a store and grab one size and know that they'll be able to share. However, no one ever realizes the downside: no hand-me-downs! I relied on them the first year. Maddie had lots of clothes and I hoped she'd be able to pass them on to Josie. That wasn't the case. Like everything else related to baby bunching, I now am buying for twins. And it's not as if clothes shared by two kids at once last longer! No, I've got two different sets of stains and holes to deal with in the laundry.

Sorry this is so long. Just had to share.

Karen

Just found your blog from a meetup post and I love it! I have am 18 month old and due in 8 weeks! This is an awesome blog, I am adding it to mine and spreading the word. Good luck with the book.

Lisa

I find all this to be true. One kid may look like a clown or the other have too tight clothes, but the beauty of bunching is your standards on this go down. Way down. The socks...the many many white socks...now that is a blessing to be able to share.

Good luck with the book. Cara, I had not heard your new baby was here. Hope all is going well.

Jen

Everyone needs t0 remember...when they both can make their own toast and don't yell for you while on the toliet, life is good. It is all worth it at that one point.

love you and give Josh a kiss for me

Jane

Hey--

I just wanted to tell you that I read this post while pumping and laughed so hard that I almost spilled the milk. I heard about your blog from a parent in silver spring and thought I would check it out. I have one baby...but it is still very, very funny!

Jane

Linda

Oh, you can also do this with boy/girl. Sometimes I buy very neutral clothes (jackets, boots, etc.) so my other kid can rewear the next season.

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