5 Winter Babymoon Ideasby Elizabeth MacDonald
Baby it's cold outside! Good thing your baby is nice and warm inside that womb of his... It's the season of sweaters, snuggles, hot cocoa, and comfort food (and leggings -- thank god). If you are in the prime of your pregnancy right now, then you may be feeling a little antsy about being stuck inside, or getting over-bundled to head outside. You may be feeling the mom anxiety of adding that new baby into your home. Perhaps you are even the host of all things holiday this year and ready to run away.
So many couples skip taking a babymoon in the winter months because there is so much going on. There are holiday gifts to buy, family to visit, cold-weather clothing to invest in, and a baby to plan for; but there is always a way to sneak in a quick getaway. Don't let the winter season keep you from that couple's retreat that you need. I'd even say that this season is when most pregnant couples need a babymoon the most! Take a timeout from all of the stresses and enjoy some couple time.
5 Winter Babymoon Ideas
Spa GetawayA spa day will benefit every mom-to-be, but dads? They need it too. They are just as anxious about having a newborn as mom is! You can stay local and just get away for a day together, or you can turn it into a weekend of relaxation at a location you have been dreaming about.
Hotel StayHop in the car (or on a plane if you desire) and head to a hotel or resort. Your choice requires room service and in-hotel restaurant of course, and one with premium dessert selections. A nice soaking tub, shops to walk around, and a beautiful view won't be bad ideas either.
A Quaint CabinSkip the people at hotels and book a little cabin in the mountains. You can snuggle up and watch the snow and head into town to shop!
A Warm CruiseCruises are always looking for last minute passengers! Sneak in one last boat trip before baby arrives, but make sure you are heading to warm waters!
Visit a Beach
Pack your bags and toss in swimwear because the beach is the perfect destination if your winter surroundings have you shivering.