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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Jul 21, 2010


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This is good stuff. I am starting to look at this blog more and more lately, love all the posts. With a 2 and a half year old and a 14 month old, and a full time job that seems to get busier and busier, I need all the helpful hints I can get. Thanks Ladies!


Definitely agree that it helps to have dad around to divide and conquer. We have a 21 month old daughter and 7 week old son, so getting everyone ready, mostly means getting her and myself ready, and baby nursed and changed. Dad and little baby are very low maintenance.
The routine is different if I'm on my own versus have help from hubby.
When he's home, he thankfully often gets up with our toddler, takes her for a pee, gets her teeth brushed, face washed and downstairs fully dressed & ready for her day breakfast and/ or for daycare.
I am usually changing, nursing, and getting myself ready at this time.

If I am on my own, I do the whole routine with DD, while trying to nurse and/or change my son in between. I cannot function at all without a shower and getting fully dressed - am not a go-downstairs in pj's person. So once they are both in a fair state of readiness to go down for breakfast, I usually will put on treehouse tv for DD and/or (if he's awake) strap little baby in a bouncer in the bathroom, so I can take my shower and get ready.

I'm not reccomending my routine to everyone. Especially now that we have the little one, its hard to get everyone downstairs at a decent time. I think I am going to have to start waking up before the kids.

But my secret weapons have been Mickey Mouse Playhouse and a bouncy chair or some kind of strap-em-in bounce and play toy in the bathroom for when they are little so you can keep an eye but still take a shower...

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