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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Nov 02, 2010


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Yeah, I've pretty much accepted the fact that our upcoming holiday photo session will end in tears. Baby tears, toddler tears, mommy tears ... there will be tears. We're just photographing the kids to maximize our chances of getting ONE good shot for holiday cards ... but really? I don't have much hope of that happening, so I'm REALLY hoping to just get one good shot of each kid separately. God made 2-photo holiday cards for a reason. (For 2u2 moms.)


We have a nice camera and do pictures of the kids ourselves. We figure it's not worth the hassle of taking them to a studio where the photographer may or may not know what s/he's doing and the studio might be running behind... I bribe the kids with M&Ms and can usually get a cute or at least usable shot. But of course this means no good whole family shots...


HAHAHAHAHAHA! This is the best post ever - and the reason I am the QUEEN of photoshop. Take a smiling head here, place it there. Take another sort of smile here, also place it there. That is the only way I was able to "make" a decent Christmas card with my family of 4. Good luck, bunchers!!

Rachel O.

Thanks for everyone's comments and support! I wrote this post several weeks ago, and am just printing the photos today. Though I'm still crestfallen that we didn't end up with any whole-family shots, the individual shots are truly beautiful. More and more I'm with Alisha. Take your own pictures, or get a friend with time and patience to take them for you. Then print them at Wolf Camera or something. Cheaper, less stressful, and probably more productive.


I can definately relate to this. Two years ago when I only had my daughter, it was so easy at the photographer that I foolishly thought I should go alone last year with a 1 year old and newborn. Big mistake! It was a nightmare as my toddler wouldn't stop running around yelling and the photographer
didn't seem to understand that my 4 and 1/2 month old couldn't hold his body up by himself. This year I have a 31 month old, a 16 month old, and a 2 month old and I'm thinking I'll need to bring my mom, a few pounds of m&ms and possibly Elmo himself to try and get a decent kids picture! :)


I had fun reading your article. The way you've described is wonderful.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufgy3yLebnA I haven't had a problem, I must say i'm really blessed. I just had a photo session with my two year old and two months old and it went fine.

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