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Going on Vacation with your husband before baby?

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Amy posted this 05 September 2018

I am thinking about planning a little trip with my husband before the baby comes. What are some ideas for us to do that is still safe for me and the baby?

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Carol posted this 05 September 2018

Try going to a spa/resort! That would be so much fun, and you won't have to worry about doing anything too crazy while you are pregnant.

Christine posted this 06 September 2018

I didn't even think about planning a vacation... A spa would be so nice! Maybe even a cute date night if you don't want to stay the night anywhere  

Jen posted this 07 September 2018

This is such a good idea! Once the baby comes, you won't want to leave the child behind for quite some time!

Andrea posted this 07 September 2018

This is a nice idea I wish I have thought about this before.

Chrystal posted this 07 September 2018

Such an awesome idea. I wish we all could do this. Be ourselves before we get very something about ourself. When my son was born I swear everything changed. My perspective and all.

Salina posted this 10 September 2018

Spa is always a great idea, but if you like the peaceful outdoors, a nice cabin (close to a hospital just in case) can be really relaxing to just sit on the front porch and enjoy the view. There are a lot of really nice ones that can accommodate pregnant needs and still be close to town, it just depends on your budget, because the really nice ones with a view can get pricey, but so worth it! 

Emilia posted this 12 September 2018

I took a small stay-cation before I was due.  I rented a beach front hotel for the weekend and it was great.  I did nothing but read, write and enjoy the view.  It was really relaxing and very much needed.

Michelle posted this 3 weeks ago

I agree with the spa/resort idea! That way you can both relax before the baby comes and it's also safe for the baby.

Lisa posted this 3 weeks ago

 wow, that sounds amazing to do.  What a great idea, I wish I could of done that prior to given birth.  Camping sounds nice to do as well but would of been afraid to depart away from home.

 

 

I took a small stay-cation before I was due.  I rented a beach front hotel for the weekend and it was great.  I did nothing but read, write and enjoy the view.  It was really relaxing and very much needed.

Sara posted this 3 weeks ago

A bed and breakfast would be nice too...if you don't have any issues with specific foods! lol...nice, quiet, low key, peaceful...I wish I would have thought of that!

Joann posted this 2 weeks ago

I agree with the bed and breakfast. Those are so much fun and relaxing/romantic. I think you both would have a really good time. 

Hannah posted this 2 weeks ago

Depending on where you live there are a lot of options! If you live close to mountains you could go stay in a nice cabin for a few days. Or if you are closer to the beach that is always a great getaway. 

Kimberly posted this 6 days ago

We took a 12 day road trip from FL all the way to niagara falls new york. we stopped in the Carolinas, Washing DC, Manhattan,Philadelphia, Virginia, Tennesse. it was a great way to spend time with my husband and daughter before we added a new member to the family. im really glad we did it since now 90% of the time is dedicated to the baby.

Amber posted this 5 days ago

We're planning on taking a trip to a spa resort for some massages and pampering. Really dreading the 800 potty breaks on the way but I can't wait for the massages! I recommend somewhere that you can unplug from the rest of the world at. The resort we're looking at is up in the mountains. It'll be beautiful around Christmas when we head up. Can't wait!

Danielle posted this 5 days ago

We went to Ocean City, MD when I was around 12 weeks and are planning to go to Nashville for a babymoon towards the end of November. I always wanted to go and figured what the hay. We're doing some exploring and eating some good barbecue hopefully.

Loving the bed and breakfast idea! Maybe I can woo my husband into 1 more trip before she's here!

Jennifer posted this 5 days ago

These are all such great suggestions!  I love the idea of a B&B or a spa getaway.  I have so many friends that have told me that the last time they got away alone with their husbands was the "babymoon!"

Shane posted this 5 days ago

I don't know how far along you are, but I would take the chance to fly anywhere one last time before because flying with kids is a whole different ballgame

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Renee posted this 3 days ago

Now that it's the off-season we're renting a condo down the shore for cheap. Nothing crazy - just a weekend. But it'll be a nice trip. If you can, squeeze in lots of little fun weekend trips. They're way cheaper than one long week or two and you get to do more stuff as a couple before the baby is here. So far we've spent a weekend in Baltimore, Atlantic City, Hershey, and soon Ocean City, MD. 

Kimberly posted this 3 days ago

We usually stick to little fun getaways that are within a day's drive. I like bed and breakfasts as well as cabins. We try to not go too rural though just to be safe. I did fly to Disney with my kids when I was 12 weeks along. BIG mistake. Nothing worse than Disney in the summer while pregnant. Bonehead move on my part.

Vivian posted this 3 days ago

I believe is a great idea, with a new baby on the way you will have very little time for your husband once baby is here so its really the time to take advantage a bond a little more.  

Dominique posted this 3 days ago

A nice spa getaway or a cabin retreat sounds perfect and relaxing before having the baby. Clear your mind and take all the mental and physical stress away!

Michelle posted this 3 days ago

I love the idea of a getaway! I'll have to give that a try while I still have some time.

I always thought spa resorts were a great idea for a weekend away. Nothing like a massage and relaxation!

Karen posted this 3 days ago

I believe is a great idea, with a new baby on the way you will have very little time for your husband once baby is here so its really the time to take advantage a bond a little more.  

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