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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Oct 20, 2009


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After too many frustrating experiences with my small Bunch (2 boys, 19 months apart, 2nd one born in the middle of winter in MN), I switched to ordering groceries online. If you have this service locally, it is a lifesaver! I could still use coupons & focused specifically on food, often planning meals around what was on sale.

I did NOT buy any household goods (diapers, TP, laundry detergent) unless it was an emergency, because these were significantly more expensive.

Now that my Bunch is older (4.5 & almost 3), I don't order groceries as often but this summer/fall my husband has been traveling a lot more for work, often out of the country for a week, and it has once again become a lifesaver for me. I can plan meals in the evening, order any missing ingredients & staples for delivery the next day & not have to worry about fitting in a trip to the store along with work, daycare, bedtime, etc.

Rachel O.

With limited access to a car, I'm all about multiple small trips using the stroller!


My boys are 19 mo apart- currently 2 mo and 21 mo. If I can't ask my sister to watch the 21 mo old OR have older son (11yo) come with me to the store, so we have two carts, I parked next to the cart corral and put 21mo old in the seat of the cart and 2 mo old in his infant carrier in the basket and then carefully arrange the groceries around his carrier and also use the bottom of the basket. This also works for Target/WalMart.

For going places that don't have cart corrals (Kohls comes to mind) and balance them both and put toddler in the Kohls stroller seat and hook baby on the basket. Walgreens is basically the same way except using the grocery store model.

For the church parking lot I put a harness on toddler and tell him that his monkey (harness is a monkey backpack) will be helping us today. We still hold hands, but I have the harness loop on my wrist in case he makes a break for it.

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