Do You Need To Go On a Babymoon?

September 15, 2016

Before your bundle of joy arrives in the world you want to make as much time for yourself as possible. Do you need a Babymoon?

Yes!

 

You work hard all week and are doing the massive  job of growing and nurturing another human! A little weekend getaway or a week away with your partner will bring much needed downtime before your life changes forever.

 

So what options do you have for a Babymoon?

 

If you are on a tight budget a weekend getaway could be perfect for you. A weekend in a  cosy cottage somewhere and a break from the hustle and bustle of life can make you feel much more relaxed as you head towards birth.  We love this post showing off a little UK break over on Mrs Magovern as it shows that just a few days somewhere special can be the perfect location.

 

If you can afford a week away then you can’t beat a week in the sun! it’s fab for vitamin D and the relaxation will be second to none as you can shrug off all those responsibilities at the check in gate! Just remember that your skin can be so different during pregnancy and sunscreen is a must!

 

If you already have children you may want to take them away with you. It’s your last time as that family unit and it’s a chance to show your child a bit of fun before the world revolves around feeds and nappy change. New Mumblings shows how this can work with her 6 tips for sharing a family room in harmony. Make sure you and your partner swap for some childfree time though. A spa afternoon as a treat is perfect to feel pampered before baby arrives!

 

A babymoon is so important. Of course you don’t have to go on a baby moon. You can explore your home town or villages nearby over a weekend. Book into a spa. Do something for you - we highly recommend it! 

 

Why?

 

It allows you time to reflect on the changes approaching yet gives you the freedom to spend time with each other without any work/home challenges. 

 

You’ll get some quality time with your partner without distraction. You can talk about plans for the future or your hopes/fears for labour and have some proper time to talk about it all.

 

It’s a chance to do something romantic before labour day! Country walks, massages together, a dinner out, baths and chill out time. Whatever your style of romance it’s essential to remember that although you’ll be parents you appreciate and love each other.

 

Switch off social media and just enjoy each other! Make sure you're refreshed enough for your next adventure!





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Size Guide

To calculate the size of band that's right for you, you'll need to measure around your waist and bump across its largest point - usually at the tummy button.

Bump Size* S M L XL
80 - 100 cms
(32 - 40 inches)
100 - 120 cms
(40 - 48 inches)
120 - 140 cms
(48- 56 inches)
140+ cms
(56+ inches)

 *All bumps are different and grow at different times. You may find that you will need to go up a size as your pregnancy progresses