Over the weekend, Jenna and I went to Champneys, which marked our first baby-free night away since becoming parents – and I’ve taken away eight things from it.
I’ve admitted I was wrong about my expectations that taking Roma on holiday was going to be a challenge. And the experience of our nine-night getaway to Fuerteventura last month has taught me 21 important lessons.
Our first argument during the pregnancy was over when we should take our baby on a family holiday, which resulted in me being blasted by the baby brain.
After learning from our mistakes in Manchester, we embarked on another road trip, this time visiting the stunning old city of York.
We visited Manchester as a couple when the third trimester kicked off. Now, we’ve returned for round two as a family for our first overnight trip together.
In a first for the park, Chessington World of Adventures Resort has introduced a buggy lane to get behind thrill-seeking parents visiting with youngsters, and I’ve spoken with the park’s supervisor to find out more.
Seemingly, the only “Closed Door Policy” in Brighton right now is one where the drivers refuse to let pregnant women enter the vehicles, never mind ensuring they “safely enter their homes”.
After Christmas in Paris, we took a trip to Manchester over the first weekend of March to stay at newly opened accommodation CitySuites.
It turns out pregnant women aren’t entirely made of glass – there’s a great deal of mettle in their design too.
In an earlier post, I mentioned that Jenna and I went to Paris over Christmas.
It was beautiful time …