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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Sep 12, 2008


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Katherine Chandler

I'm new to your site but am very glad I found it. I just had my second on 7/31. I used the Moby with my first. I liked it once it was on but hated the process, especially if I was outside and had to let it drag the ground to get it on. While I was pregnant with number two, I heard about the Baby Ktan (http://www.babyktan.com/). It's the greatest. It holds the baby the same way as the Moby but is designed completely differently and is so much easier to get on. It's basically two loops of fabric that you criss-cross on your torso. Then you put the baby in and then use a seperate sash to tie around for added support. The only drawback is that it isn't on size fits all and you have to order the right size for you. But I think they have a very friendly exchange policy if you need it.


I'm a big fan of the ergo carrier
easy to put on like the bjorn, but more comfortable, and can be used to carry a toddler also (on your back)
I also use a sling like this http://www.kangarookorner.com/p-40-all-season-adjustable-pouch.aspx
which can be handily rolled up and kept in a diaper bag or purse.


I have had MUCH trouble with baby wearing. I cannot find a sling that works for me. By sling, I mean the traditional one where you slide the baby in across the front of you in the fetal position. The Bjorn works if your child is small. My kids got so big so fast, that they simply wouldn't fit in there. I was squishing them to death, and my back was breaking and he was only 3 months. The Ergo solves that problem, and can replace the Bjorn, but I find it difficult to get the child in if they are small. So you have to wait until they are a bit more stable and willing to ride in the back or facing you. It doesn't face front like the Bjorn, and my kids wanted to look out. But it does allow for you putting them on your hip... if you can get them in & swing them around without dropping them while positioning it. If you are looking for something like the bjorn and your kid is too big for it ... I LOVE LOVE LOVE the BabyHawke. It's a tie based front carrier... so it doesn't matter how big your child is. And you can turn the child in or out. Right now that is my very favorite. I do love the Moby. But yes, it's a bit longer to figure out - and it's HUGE. So it's always dragging and hard to carry around if you are looking to bring something with you to wear later. Thus I don't use it that much. The Kangaroo pouch slid all over for me. I can't keep it on my shoulder properly. So there you have it.


Ugh, I wish I could use the sling/carrier. My daughter's reflux is so bad that when I try to put her in it, it's more work for me since I have to retrace all of my steps to clean up the puke trail.

Rachel O.

I'm a big fan of the Beco/Ergo style baby carriers. They are more secure than a sling, better ergonomically for you and the baby than a Bjorn, and nicer looking overall.

Amy SB

I'm a huge fan of my sprout pouch. My son is 1, 24lbs and still loves to walk around with me. Honestly, at this point, he's a little heavy, but I will definitely use it again with #2, due in July!


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