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Looking to take one last trip before your family grows? Zika sure has made that a pain—but as of publication date, these
While we walked the beaches and waded in the shallow waters of the ocean, we thought about the upcoming changes in our lives
It's not the kind of buzz you want to hear when you're pregnant. But now that the Zika virus has been declared a global public health emergency, you have to cancel your babymoon or at least rethink that tropical destination. The good news is these relaxing and romantic places offer a refreshing alternative to the typical bump-on-a-beach scenario.
The warnings that have hit the news about the Zika virus are quite alarming, specifically for pregnant women living or planning to travel abroad.
I am suggesting that new parents get away. GET AWAY. For a few days. For a weekend. For a week. Whatever works for your schedule and for your budget. Just get away and do not feel guilty. Your baby (or babies) will be fine!
According to my mother, my whole life is a vacation. Did I really need a specific holiday just because a baby was coming?
I always find that my kids can hike farther, climb higher or process deeper than I might think. It's the most beautiful thing to watch them adapt, learn, make friends in new places and begin to understand the concept of empathy.
We're always looking for an excuse to go on vacation, and thanks in large part to pregnant celebrities, "babymoons" are becoming a very real thing.
For some, the babymoon might be a "last-chance at the bucket-list" adventure, but among my friends, most trips were beach-oriented -- a last chance at lounging around, doing absolutely nothing on a sandy beach while gazing out into the crystal clear blue sea.
Pre-baby vacations, or babymoons, are taking off as must-dos before starting a family and welcoming Junior.