Babymoons are one of the most trendy getaways right now. Pregnancy is an exciting and overwhelming time,especially for new parents. Between birthing plans, picking out cribs, reading breast pump descriptions and staring blankly at 50 different types of bottles, baby preparation is exhausting. Add on the hormonal changes women are experiencing and fatigue on their bodies, pregnancy is definitely a lot to undergo. This is way many couples are taking time out to getaway for a night or a whole week to relax and connect. This is the perfect time to let go of the stress and let yourselves be able to enjoy to excitement of being parents.
When to Take a Babymoon
Many women experience morning sickness during their first trimester, so if planning a babymoon, it's a good idea to plan for the second trimester. A lot of women feel a surge of energy during their second trimester and are less nervous about the pregnancy. The third trimester is a tricky time since women's bodies are getting much bigger and uncomfortable. It may be difficult to enjoy sleeping while on vacation or feel extra tired when going out. Plus, if planning on flying, most airlines won't allow flights within the last 4-6 weeks of pregnancy. If you want to getaway in the third trimester, a location within a short drive might be the best choice.