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What exactly is a babymoon?

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3 years ago
I have heard of this "babymoon" thing that is becomming more and more popular, but I have no idea what it is, or better yet, when you're supposed to take it (ie. before or after the baby comes). It sounds interesting and I'd like to find out more before this little guy makes his debut. Thanks in advance!

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3 years ago
A babymoon is a vacation you take with your partner before the baby arrives - kind of like the Last Vacation Before Parenthood, because you're not going to be able to do the same things on vacation after you have the baby.  Like honeymoons, they can be as ellaborate and distant as you like, or just a weekend at a B&B around the corner. 
3 years ago
Like azriona said, it's like a honeymoon before you have children.I didn't have one, but then, I didn't have a honeymoon either! They can be nice, but they're hardly a necessity. And with everything else you have to pay for before (and after) your baby arrives the idea of a babymoon seems a little silly to me.
3 years ago
It is when you go on something like a honeymoon that you go on with your spouse when your pregnant.
3 years ago
thank you everyone.  I thought it was interesting that you would go on one Before the baby arrives, whereas you go on a honeymoon After you get married.  But I guess I can see the relation.  Thanks again.
3 years ago
thank you everyone.  I thought it was interesting that you would go on one Before the baby arrives, whereas you go on a honeymoon After you get married.  But I guess I can see the relation.  Thanks again.

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