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Babymoon

Chris and I just got back from our babymoon which we didn't realize how much we actually needed until we got there. We stayed local and spent the weekend in Laguna at the sweetest little cottage on the ocean. I bought a special off "Living Social" and we ended up in an ocean front suite for half the price! It was incredibly relaxing! All we did was sleep, eat, walk the beach and eat some more. It was awesome not having to drive anywhere all weekend and walking on the boardwalk to get to all the restaurants.




 the view from our bed

the sun going down over Catalina Island

gorgeous evening from our balcony
 
self portrait, ha!

It was beyond amazing not having an agenda. Our biggest decisions were where we were going to eat our next meal. We enjoyed room service in each morning and the rest just steps away from our hotel. I'm so thankful for this time that we had together to rest and soak up each others company before life gets real crazy for us next month. Word to all the soon to be mommas out there: take a babymoon!! Whether you're going to be a mom for the first time or the 4th, worth every penny. {especially if you find a good deal like I did!}

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