Babymoon in France


First off, for those who are wondering …

baยทbyยทmoon

/หˆbฤbฤ“หŒmoอžon/
noun

  1. a relaxing or romantic vacation taken by parents-to-be before their baby is born.
    “on the eve of my third trimester, we boarded a plane for a week-long babymoon among the quiet canals of Amsterdam”

Just a few short weeks after moving into our new home, Jesse and I flew to France for a friendโ€™s wedding. I was squarely in the second trimester and would hit the 20 week / halfway milestone while there. Perfect time for a babymoon!

Iโ€™m not going to lie, basically a full day of travel each way driving to the airport, two flights, and a train was not fun. I did, however, get to see an amazing lightning show from my window seat.

Our itinerary started with a few days in Paris, then off to the Chateau for several days of the wedding and surrounding events, followed by a mini but aggressive road trip to southern France, the west coast, the Normandy region towards the north.

  • May 19-22: Paris
  • May 22-26: Chateau La Durantie
  • May 25-27: Carcassonne
  • May 27-28: Biarritz
  • May 28-29: Azay-le-Rideau
  • May 28-30: Mont St-Michel

This was Jesseโ€™s first trip to Europe and my second, after having gone to Germany, Austria, and Italy for the TransAlpine Run last September.

More details to come!


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