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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It seems to be gender driven, too..with two girls bunched, people ALWAYS ask if we will try for a boy. Ummm...sorry, I'm pretty happy with my two girls...yes, there is a third on the way, and we will be please with a healthy girl or boy!


I love this! I had 2 boys, bunched (2 and 3 1/2) and we are considering trying for a 3rd but on the fence about it (our boys require a lot of energy!) but also just found out this summer that it will probably be very hard, if not impossible, to conceive again. I had been getting a lot of those "are you going to have more" or "trying for a girl" questions lately and couldn't come up with a good answer until reading this post!


I have the opposite, with a boy and a girl bunched together (3 1/2 and 2)people always said..."now you can stop because you have a boy and a girl!" and I kept thinking well it is our decision whether we will have more than two, we have always wanted more kids than 2. I am pregnant with number 3 right now and when people ask if we are done I say, "We will take one kid at a time and see after that!"


I have four; 9,6,20 months, and 5 months. People assume m going to have more (N-O). they also assume that because the first three are boys that we kept trying for a girl. Nope we were happy with three boys and baby girl was a complete (shocking) surprise. To say so makes the conversation uncomfortable though so I just smile and nod and grind my teeth.


When friends and family ask if we are having more I don't mind as much. The random neighbors, people at the park, friends of friends (basically people I've only talked to a handful of times)really bother me.
I have two girls, ages 3 and 2. This summer we added a boy to our family and everyone kept saying "Oh, I bet you are so glad you finally had a boy." We are very happy with are girls and were not trying for a boy. I kept joking with my hubby that if baby number three came out a girl he would have my head chopped off.


We are expecting our fourth: Our daughter is nearly 4, our first son 2.5 and our second son 7 months. We always hear two things: "How do you do it?" and " Oh! Wouldn't it be nice to have 2 of each?!" No one ever asks me if we're having more!! ;)


Courtney, I'm with you - I have a 3 yr old daughter, 2 yr old son, and 1 yr old son and am 6 and 1/2 months pregnant with #4. People always ask me if it is a girl. When I say it is a boy, they say "Oh...well another boy...that's nice...now you'll always have just one princess". To which I respond, "yes we will, unless #5 is a girl". :)

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