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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Mar 29, 2010


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Rachel O.

We use bumGenius and I agree! So much easier than disposables once you get the hang of it. And cheaper, even for me who has to pay for laundry in my apartment building. :)


I agree, we use bumGenius for pockets and I ventured into prefold with Thirsty covers and G diapers for the new babe as well and they are all great. Now that the older has potty trained (at 23 months) I have too many diapers!


I just started CDing and I love it. (Never thought I would say that, but I do!)
I'm using the Flip system and bumGenius one size pockets, and it is WAY EASIER than I ever imagined. Even the poopy diapers aren't bad.
my bumGenius diapers fit on both kiddos, although my toddler is only using diapers at nap and bedtime.


I'm so HAPPY to see this post! I'm about to have #2 & we'll be happily cloth diapering 2 babies which will only be twice as nice!


We're cloth diaperers too...they are easy and personally I think, much more fashionable than disposables.

Jen Anderson

OK, I am a working Mom that would like to use cloth diapers but how do you find daycare to take a child with cloth diapers?? Help.


@Jen Call around - and ask. Also educate them on how to do it - if they can just put them in a large wet bag without rinsing or dumping or anything that will help show them that there is no dirty work involved for them. Then you'll be responsible for taking them home and washing them - but that's not all bad. Many daycares are just frightened of the whole cloth diaper system, so it's important to show them that it's not as scary as it sounds. One of the ways you can ask is, would you consider using a cloth diaper system?

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