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 02, 2010


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i am a stroller-holic. I have owned as many as 5, all bought second hand for a song or given by friends who'd out grown. We had a stroller for every occasion and while it was total over the top, that is how we lived for the most insane bunching years. No car in the garage - strollers.


We just invested a chunk of savings in a double Bob stroller. While I love it, I wish we would have waited until my 3 month old is a little older. The infant car seat attachment is a pain and it makes the stroller feel extra huge. For ease, I still use our 2nd hand single stroller for the 14 month old and wear my little one.

Baby Bunching

Amanda, Ill offer you some reassurance. I promise you will probably get a good use out of that stroller down the road. Your kids are close in age to probably make it worth the investment. :-)

Emily Faulkner

For what it's worth, what may seem like the "perfect" stroller in the early bunching days may not be so great a year down the road. As much as I loved my Phil and Ted's when my kids were newborn and 1, they are now 16 months and 2 and I have grown to hate it. The kid in the back is constantly kicking the kid in front, not to mention they are both running out of leg room back there and the storage basket is used entirely for leg room at this point. It has gotten super heavy and hard to maneuver, and kid in back can't see anything (nor can I see him/her well enough to know that he/she is tossing things out of the storage basket - like my cash last week). I have been begging my husband to let me sell it and buy a Bob, but he thinks I'm nuts after we just bought the P & T and a half ago.
Not exactly sure what my advice is here (it's coming out as more of a vent, i suppose) but if I had it to do over again I wish I'd thought ahead more to what our needs might be with two toddlers. This was a great stroller for two babies, but now our needs have changed and I am having buyer's remorse.

Aviva Hillenbrand

I currently own five strollers. Most recently, I got a Joovy Big Caboose which I love. I have a 4 month old, 17 month old and 4 year old. The 4 year old loves the sit and stand area and I appreciate the ability to secure everyone to the stroller. The storage area is difficult to acess and is not very big. The stroller itself is BIG (people comment about it where ever I go)and not for everyone. It is, however, pretty light and easy to steer, even through the snow and muck of a Minnesota winter.

I wanted to let everyone know about this stroller becasue the company is amazing to work with. Within six weeks of getting our stroller through an online store it broke. We called Joovy directly and they sent us a new one right away. I have never had such great costumer service!

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