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Wednesday, April 3

Babymoon

[/ˈbābē'mo͞on/]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: English

1.

A vacation taken before the birth of a child

2.

One last romantic getaway before a couple become parents

Examples of Babymoon in a sentence

"After much discussion, they decided to go to Hawaii for their babymoon."

"With all the money-saving that accompanies pregnancy, a babymoon isn't a realistic option for some parents-to-be."

About Babymoon

Not unlike a honeymoon, a babymoon is a romantic getaway — only this one takes place before the birth of a child. Since newborns and travel don't usually go well together, it's sometimes meant as a final hurrah.

Did you Know?

Babymoons are usually taken during the second trimester of pregnancy — not too early, not too late.

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