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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Nov 18, 2009


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Thanks so much for addressing this topic. I don't have a bunch, just a 2YO, but we still struggle to sit down for dinner as a family. Your tips are very helpful.


Preparing dinner with a bunch is challenging, especially during the late afternoon/early evening tired, fussy period. Sometimes, I cook early in the day and then warm everything for dinnertime. I also recently bought a crockpot. It's great, when I actually use it!

I strongly believe in feeding myself and the kiddos at the same time. My husband gets home later but we always eat together on the weekends. My kiddos, ages 2 1/2 and 15 mos, are on the same schedule. Otherwise, I'd never get a break!

I agree- make ONE meal- and include something healthy that you know the kids will eat. We only have booster seats, too, so even my little guy is at the table.

Baby Bunching

Thanks for those tips. Our preparation post is in the queue and scheduled to post this evening so please feel free to give us more of your tips. We love to offer them to others!!




this post is exactly why i love your site. i wanted to comment as soon as i read the intro because my children are exactly the same ages (2 1/2 and 10 months)! but, i have no other suggestions.

while it is true no kid will starve, we did serve my toddler the same meal 3 days in a row before she ate it - i almost caved, but held out that last day :)


good post, and timely too. I keep stressing to hubby how important it is to me and the kiddos to eat together. sometimes he doesnt make it home in time from work, but i always try and sit down w/ my toddler to eat. baby is just starting solids, and i've been trying to have her eat at the same time as us, but it may not work as her bedtime is really close to our typical supper time.
about the booster seat situation... we found an old school wooden high chair at goodwill that was missing the tray. hubby took off the metal part the tray used to attach too and now we just scoot it up to the table for the toddler. its like a big person chair, but taller. it's been a great solution for us b/c the booster seat was always just disgusting w/ bits of food falling in all the cracks.

Cara Fox

Love the old wooden highchair without a tray solution and wish I'd gone that route. We had a fancy, schmancy Peg Perego that looked great in our dining room but was impossible to clean, so I ditched it the minute I could for a booster, which was easier to clean, but took up precious chair real estate.

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