Babymoon • a relaxing or romantic vacation taken by parents-to-be before their baby is born. A babymoon is a real thing and if you’re pregnant you should definitely go on one before baby comes! Disconnect from the stresses of everyday life, spend precious quality time with your partner and treat yourself! You will NEVER get this quality time back!
Wondering when to go? The second trimester is the best and most comfortable time to travel. (According to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the safest time to travel is from 18 to 24 weeks.) Morning sickness is usually over, you tend to have a boost in energy, and your bump isn’t too big yet! Always check with your doctor prior to your trip just to be sure you’re safe to travel.
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Toddlers love to paint with their entire bodies, including their mouths. They taste test everything, it’s part of their exploration process. I’ve complied a list of art materials that are safe if taste-tested and that you can make right at home.
First, a word about food coloring. Lots of recipes call for food coloring. Unfortunately, lots of food coloring, especially the cheap brands, are made of harsh, artificial chemicals that can be very dangerous to our little ones.
Are you a first time mama or know someone that is? It’s time to starting thinking about the baby shower! If you’re the mama, all you are in charge of is keeping yourself and the baby healthy! Let whoever is planning the baby shower take care of the worrying and pass this along to them for helpful baby shower details, ideas, and games!
Baby showers once meant awkward small talk, silly games and tiny sandwiches, but times are changing. Today people are now throwing couples showers, sprinkles for second time moms, and diaper parties for dad’s, along with the traditional women’s shower. Talk with the mama-to-be to see what type of baby shower she’d prefer.