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 22, 2010


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It's hard...they are right, but after the first couple months when you start to get sleep, it's a lot better. And, to see them interacting is so special.

Of course, the boobs are an added bonus.



Nah...two under two isn't that bad. It's pretty crazy, and I'll admit that mine are 2 and 2.5 and I still don't always shower (actually I showered every day when they were little....that was a MUCH MUCH easier time) but it's doable. And worth it, imo.


I was congradulated in the same way. With a look of pitty and a question mark after the congrates. I started wondering if I got myself into trouble that I might not be able to handle. But now that they are 3 and 1 1/2 yes old they are so cute and funny together. I wouldn't do it any other way. Plus I'm now prego again due in august as well and we are very excited.


And... "How far apart will they be?!" My girls are 18 months and 2 weeks! :-D


We were thrilled to find out about #2 when our first was 6 months old. However, when we started telling people I would come home and cry. I couldn't believe how rude some people could be over a situation that cannot be changed and brings a beautiful new life into this world!

My family was great though because 2 of my sister in laws have bunches and my brothers are Irish twins. My husband is part of a bunch as well, so we knew it was possible! Some days are harder than others but at the end of the day I am always so proud of my bunch. I have given my son and daughter a playmate and friend for life. There is no better gift in this world I could give my children.

MaryBeth @ FourSillySisters

With the birth of our triplets we ended up with 4 girls under age 2. (Big sis was 17 months when the other 3 arrived) You'll be sick to death of the "You've got your hands full" line that everyone and their brother wants to toss at you, but you will be fine! The first year was tough, but after that things got so much easier.


when our son was born we had three under 4. and i'm not going to lie, it was HARD. buuuut i had severe PPD. now it is much easier. they are 1, 3 and 4 and it's def. stressfull, but it's sooo worth it to see them all love each other and telling each other "you're my best friend". melts my heart.
and i also agree with mary beth ^^ that you will want to punch the next person who tells you "you've got your hands full". i used to tell people "well yes, i have two kids and two hands, so i guess technically they are full" lol.


For me, it's a mixed bag. Having an infant and a toddler at the same time is hard. The first year was tough. Really tough. I often wish I'd waited longer, because when I got pregnant when Oscar was nine months, I had no idea what it was like to parent a toddler (Note to self: Much more difficult than parenting an infant) and knowing that would have given me pause.

But, you'll hit your stride with two under two, though, and being and experienced parent the second time around helps. And the bond between the kids is so special - it truly is a wonderful gift.

Congratulations, and good luck.


I'm in the same boat myself! I have a boy born June 2009, and I'm we're going to try to have another one......baby boy isn't 9 months yet! I want to do it soon, and my husband says "within this next year and when it happens it happens!) People are probably going to think I'm crazy, and reading these posts are making me think that its going to be hard and a lot of work.....but that its do-able!!!!


You are all amazing and I am so glad I stumbled upon BabyBunching.com! And when it gets really hard I will be coming over here to lose my cool, hope that's ok...

Love to you all!



My bunch of boys are 15 months apart, my oldest is 17 months today and the little guy is 2 months. I noticed when I was pregnant and out alone, people would be nice and friendly smiling at me. When I went out with my son, they'd look at me like I was insane. I could not believe how many people asked me if I knew what I was getting into. No I don't I have not had two kids before, but plenty of other mom's have survived it so I can too.


My son and daughter are 14 months apart, right now I have an 18 month old and 4 month old. I have to completely agree about not knowing how hard it is to raise a toddler, having one and a newborn at the same time takes a lot of patience, and ability to get through much crying, frequently at the same time! But when my son makes my daughter laugh and they crack each other up it is beautiful....

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My oldest was born in September 2009, my next in December 2010 and our latest will join us in October 2012. We actively tried for all three, with a parenting plan in mind. We didn't really get too many rude comments over #2, but #3 has been a different story. I've been trying hard not to get offended, but it's a little tough when people act like my choice is stupid or crazy, or better yet, like I don't know where babies come from. This life may not be for everyone, but I love it and I love my family.

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