Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Baby Bunching

Have you heard of this term before? Baby bunching I think officially is when you have two (or more) babies less than two years apart. And usually people do this on purpose. When I searched the term two under two this new phenomenon came up. I thought I was pretty much in the know on baby and parenting terms since this is pretty much what my life is centered around, but this was a new term to me. Well why would I be searching this you may ask? We have a little surprise:

The "silly face"

In case you can't read the writing on Lincoln's shirt it says "Big Bro Lincoln; Arriving Spring 2012" That's right, Lincoln will be a big brother this Spring. Or in other words, we are having another baby! I know I announced it to family, on facebook and at MOPS a few weeks ago but time is sure flying by too fast. Sorry blog readers you are fairly low on the info totem pole this time around. I am already in my second trimester which means that the baby is due right around May 13th. Right between Mother's Day and Memorial Day. Morning sickness while taking care of a separate baby (ok toddler) is something I definitely didn't think about but luckily I'm getting through it. Lincoln and our newest addition will be about 22 months apart in age which I'm hearing that while when they are young it is a lot of work that they grow up to be best of friends so I am looking forward to that.
So now our family is moving into a few new categories. Along with being a blended family, a step-parent, a mom to a high schooler, a mom to a grade schooler, a mom to a toddler, a stay-at-home-mom, a wife and any other ones I'm missing... we are now moving into the category of two under 2 and officially becoming a "big" family. Mini van here we come!

1 comment:

  1. Well, I am quite excited for you guys! So many little ones! The holidays are going to be fun! Maybe we'll decided to "baby bunch" too and we'll just have lots of little ones running around when we all get together. Woohoo on the minivan! Love you sis.