Transitioning to parenthood can be stressful phase, but dedicating a vacation can help to strengthen your bond.
So plan your babymoon and enjoy precious time together, here are a few tips to keep you safe and happy on your last big child-free getaway
· Babymoon travel is typically taken during the second trimester of pregnancy as it is the most comfortable time to travel. If you plan to travel overseas, check in with your doctor about any necessary vaccines.
· Try to minimize travel time. Remember, the goal of your baby moon vacation is rest and relaxation. So choose your destination wisely
· When researching locations, find out if they have access to quality medical facilities near the area (just in case). Write down the contact info for nearby hospitals to keep on hand as you travel, along with a number for contacting your doctor.
· Suitable clothing - think comfortable and think LAYERS. Your temperature can fluctuate a lot when you're pregnant - dressing in layers helps you cool down easily. If you're lucky enough to be taking a lengthy babymoon (2 weeks+), then make sure your clothes will still be big enough to accommodate your growing bump. Include a couple of maxi dresses, which you can dress up or down as required.
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Happy BabyMooning !!