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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Mar 24, 2009


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I can so relate! I accidentally shoplift on all the time! You would think at this point, the Kroger employees would see me coming and check my cart really good, but no. And they never say anything when I bring the items back either!


Oh my gosh. Once, when the kids were decidedly INSANE during a walmart checkout, I left with my stuff WITHOUT PAYING (accidentally, of course). I didn't realize it at all, because I had just like....bent over before the screen came up to slide my card, and then never did!!! I got to the car and was loading people in and the cashier lady came up and was like "maam, did you forget something?" and I looked at the kids, my purse, and said "no?" thinking everyone was there!!

And I FORGOT.TO.PAY. Oh my gosh. I went back and paid but she was so MEAN about it! I even THANKED her right away for getting me and her response? "Well, it was over $100!"

Uh, yeah, and I want to pay, and it's ALWAYS OVER $100 thankyouverymuch!!

So now we joke that my pic is up on walmart's wall (it's not....that I know of! hahaha).


I got out to the car one time and realized the gallon of milk hadn't been scanned (self-check was open that day) while wrestling the melting toddler. The next week I asked the checker to scan my milk twice. He was a little incredulous, but thanked me for my honesty nonetheless.


I made it out of Target the other day with a tube of lanolin and a can of shaving cream hiding under the baby. It was my first time out with all three kids-- 4, 2, and 6 weeks - I guess I was a bit distracted at check out. I've also paid for stuff and then totally left it at the check out and gone home empty handed, except for the kids.

Motherhood Uncensored

Haha. Watch out. If you don't return things

*cough DUCK cough*

People get crazed on the internets.

Honestly, we do it all the time, and if I'm not with all the kids buckled in the car, I do. Now that my daughter knows what's going on, I tell her that we accidentally took it and that we need to return it.


Wow, you're a better person then I am. We accidently shoplifted a Soap Opera magazine . . . I just left it outside the store on a bench. I have also been known to shoplift stickers and other craft items on the bottom of shopping carts/strollers. I usually just keep them if they're under $5. Bad mommy example, I guess.

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