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April 05, 2022 2 min read
The “babymoon” is a recent phenomenon (and one I fully support - moms & dads, #treatyourself) that basically just means a vacation that expecting parents take in the months before their baby arrives. It’s a time to pause the prep on the nursery and take a minute away from doctor’s appointments to celebrate the gifts of life and love. If you’re going to take a babymoon, don’t worry about fitting in your old clothes. Instead, treat yourself to a few new items that make you feel like the goddess that you are. Here is what to pack for a babymoon.
If you want to treat yourself on a tropical beach, then you’ll need a swimsuit to support this intrepid endeavor. Maternity swimsuits that have a smocked waist will offer support to your bump while still looking chic.
AN OUTFIT TO EXPLORE
When it comes to what to pack for a babymoon, it’s time to slip into a calm, cool, casual, and colorful top like this bright orange top from Jessica Simpson for Motherhood Maternity. Pair it with a stretchy pair of these jean shorts for a great outfit to explore!
(The top shown is currently out of stock! Shop all tops here.)
AN AIRPLANE OUTFIT
When it comes to traveling while pregnant, the name of the game is “comfort.” Be sure to pack stretchy and breathable clothing like these stretchy leggings, shirred top, and seamless bra. This should be the first thing you pack for a babymoon!
AN INSTA-WORTHY OUTFIT
COMFORTABLE AND SEXY SLEEPWEAR
AN OUTFIT THAT HITS THE EASY BUTTON
Speaking from experience, the babymoon is everything it’s cracked up to be. If you’re on the fence about taking one, this is your sign to book it. Soon, you’ll be knee deep in diapers wishing you could have had that one extra (virgin) piña colada on the beach. Lean into this moment. Book the prenatal massage. Encourage your partner to drink for two. The sky is the limit here, folks.
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