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 30, 2009


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Tara Pringle Jefferson

you're supposed to mop? Hm. Imagine that. My kids will have no idea what a mop (or a Swiffer) looks like because I just pick things up as we go and I get to mop about once a week or so. (On Friday nights usually. What an exciting life I have.)


Well, it's not since Baby Bunching, but I don't clean. PERIOD. I mean, apart from the regular day-to-day crap...picking up and the occasional mopping a spill of vacuuming a mess. We live in an area where Amish girls will come to clean for about $30-40. Our house has 5 bathrooms. So the choice is clear!! :)

I realized how funny this was when someone once asked if the kids were afraid of the vacuum and I said I didn't know, I wasn't sure they'd ever HEARD it. Haha!

Definitely the ANTIabandoned chore is laundry. I swear I do laundry every other day and there's always more. INSANE!


Yes ironing is nonexistent at our house. Also I agree with the comment about laundry! In general I do all chores a lot less, except laundry. I have to do laundry daily or it just gets out of control. Our washer and dryer is in the kitchen which I really didn't like but now I love it. I can work on laundry while keeping an eye on everyone.


Ah- how funny! I actually have a nice little burn on my leg from an attempt at ironing an outfit quickly for work the other morning. Let me tell you...poor ironing skills plus doing it in your underwear is recipe for disaster.

I would rather be wrinkled then deal with an iron. I do need to start investing in dry cleaning though. The life of my clothes would increase.

Kate Coveny Hood

Well - this question would imply that I actually did chores before having kids... I guess I did - but not with any great regularity.

But I do know that I used to vacuum more. I have a joke that my children are terrified of the vacuum since they so rarely see it.


Ditto on the ironing. Mine is also washing windows. I'll clean the mirrors, but it's pointless to wash the windows because they are almost always covered with little sticky handprints or dog nose-prints. Maybe twice a year.


Haha, my son actually asked my mom what her ironing board was. He'd never seen ours. LOL!!! Luckily, my husband wears uniforms to work that they clean for him. Any dress up clothes that we have, I just put them in the dryer to warm the wrinkles out. :)

Carol Amie

besides all of that, ironing can be dangerous even if you're not bunching.

One more justification for why I haven't done it in Years. :)


i've abandoned all of them. we get out house cleaned every two weeks. I still have to do laundry, dishes, vacuume, and pick up toys daily, but the crew does the heavy lifting - changing sheets, cleaning under couches/beds, mopping floors, heavy dusting. we reason that this way we can spend more time together as a family instead of cleaning all weekend, but really I just hate cleaning.

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