Tips on How to Conceive a Baby Boy
Ask any parent and they’ll tell you that taking a holiday after you’ve had children, is an entirely different experience to holidays of days gone by.
And the more kids you have, the more chaotic holidays become – that’s not to say they’re not fun, they’re just not necessarily relaxing.
Which is why babymoons – short trips taken by soon-to-be parents before the birth of a baby – are becoming increasingly popular for expecting parents.
According to Donna Rodios, Product Director of Wotif.com, many mums-to-be use their babymoon as an opportunity to venture somewhere on their bucket list. “Babymoons are also a good time to kick back and relax and make the most of friends and family running around after you!”
The most popular time to book a babymoon is during the third trimester.
“While most mums-to-be travel at the beginning to the middle of their third trimester, a few do leave their trip until just before their due dates,” says Donna. “Experienced babymooners suggest travelling in the middle of a pregnancy during the little gap after the morning sickness ends, but before the reflux heartburn and back pain begins.
” A short-stay beach holiday is the most popular babymoon destination, followed by a city getaway or a hinterland escape. “A day spa with spa treatments is the favourite thing to have on a babymoon,” says Donna.
“Spa baths are also a great way to relax, but one mum-to-be advised that it’s a good idea to keep someone in ear shot as she had found herself needing help to get back out of the spa.”