On the other hand I know some ladies who think that traveling during pregnancy is a no no. Whether they don't feel comfortable (all the toilet trips, the morning sickness and the heartburn) or they're just simply tired. With me, traveling (except prenatal yoga, routine swims and regular office works, of course) kept me happy and active. And most probably, it got baby girl used to traveling from her earliest days.
Before baby girl arrived, at eight-month pregnant we decided to do a so-called babymoon trip, for a prolonged weekend in the winter of early 2014, to Bled and Bohinj in Slovenia. It's not far from Zagreb, it's an amazing place, and we got to enjoy our last moments before baby.
|Bled in Slovenia|
|The view from Vogel ski resort|
Of course traveling in pregnancy is not the same for everyone. Every pregnant woman should consult with their doctor before taking any trip, but if everything is okay with your pregnancy, there is no reason not to travel.
Now as I'm on my fourteenth week of my (third) pregnancy, hopefully with a rainbow baby, we're planning to do a babymoon number 2. If the first babymoon was to celebrate last moments of being just the two of us, this time around we'd celebrate last moments of being just the three of us, before the fourth member of the family comes to join us. We're going somewhere a little farther and a little different compared to our first babymoon. We'll be cruising the Mediterranean sea, hopefully at around eight-month pregnant. Yup, we'll be cruising with a toddler, too! :)