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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Feb 04, 2010

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Natalie

We do a nightly family meal too. Right now it is pretty easy (the eating part, anyway, getting it ready during the sometimes five o'clock fussies, not so much)... the toddler needs whatever it is cut up, and the baby just plays with some rice or diced green beans or the like. I do generally hop up two or three times because I've forgotten things, though.

I remember when my three younger brothers were 2, 3, and 4. You could count on a glass of milk going over during dinner without fail. It was totally inevitable. We eventually got used to it... right before they all developed hand eye coordination... ;)

sahmCFO

This is a great post!

Growing up one of my moms (who was also a baby buncher) favorite sayings was, "I'm not running a restaurant here." I find myself saying the same thing to my guys if they whine that they don't like what we are having.

I hear you on the hot meal. I actually weigh less than I did before I had children!

kelly

I think I get up a MINIMUM of 7 times at each meal. Mostly to get something I've forgotten out of the kitchen. Luckily my 2 year old eats anything without a fuss and my 8 1/2 month old is still eating baby food, so that isn't an issue. What makes this little up and down dance I do at every meal even more fun is how my baby is going through some serious seperation anxiety and starts sobbing every time I walk away from her (even if I'm just going 10 feet away into the kitchen)

Sierra

After doing the table bop, we made a rule that if it wasnt on the table, we weren't using it. Now that the kids are used to it, and I put food on the table, I generally get to eat with my family as opposed to doing my impression of a jack-in-the-box. The few times that we've forgotten the ketchup, or butter for bread, have been uuuuuugaleeeee! but now the kids are more motivated to help get the table ready. Which I am all for.

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