Babymoon: San Antonio Style

Friday, April 29, 2016 By Jessica Tomes

According to Urban Dictionary, a “babymoon” is defined as the period before the baby is born. “Like a honeymoon, because after the baby is born the mother will not get to do the same things due to the responsibility of the baby.” True life: throw in a preschooler and a toddler and you’ve got yourself a party (a familymoon?) of #epicproportions. Or something along those lines. And you couldn’t pay me enough — we’re talking big time money here — to do it again. At least not the way we did. And not for a long while, anyway. Let me…


Babymoon: New Orleans

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 By Lanie Towsley

One of the perks of being a work-turned stay-at-home-mom is that I can travel again with my husband when he has work trips! I used to accompany him a lot before we had Fischer, but over the past two years, I haven’t been able to as much because I needed to reserve personal days for those times when little man would get sick. (Which was, sadly, quite frequent seeing as how he spent a lot of his time at daycare sharing “chew toys”. ew.) Husband’s company hosts bi-annual company meetings that consist of both professional and company-culture development. Besides it…


8 Tips for Planning Your Babymoon

Tuesday, July 21, 2015 By Nina Spears
planning your babymoon

Image by Sparkfly Photography Now that you’re expecting, you’re probably realizing that these next few months are your last chance to get some real alone time with your partner. Of course you can enjoy this time at home with your honey, but if you’re like me who would want to get out of town instead, then this post is for you. Here are a few tips to keep you safe and happy on your last child-free getaway (a.k.a. “babymoon”): Tip #1: Agree on Location You want to make sure that you pick a place that appeals to you both so you can relax and enjoy your time…


10 Things to Do on Your Babymoon in Maui

Monday, July 20, 2015 By Nina Spears

If you’re expecting a baby, you might be thinking about going on a babymoon before your little one arrives. If you don’t know what a babymoon is, a babymoon is the last trip/getaway to enjoy your partner and your relationship before you become a family of three (or more). I am a big fan of babymoons and I highly recommend all couples go somewhere to celebrate this time together. Never again will it just be the two of you so creating a special memory before your little bundle of joy comes is such a wonderful way to enter into this exciting new time….