palm springs babymoon recap!

jenny greenstein

Just over a month ago, Dina and I were in Palm Springs celebrating a babymoon before the little one arrives like said here. While it feels like yesterday that we were soaking up quality time in the place of our “I do’s”, it also feels like a lot has happened since. Five weeks is a long time in baby-making land. I’ve crossed over into my final trimester and we are now in what I’m deeming the home stretch situation. I am over the moon excited and cannot wait to meet this baby girl, and the other half of me is anxious for all the unknowns. Regardless, I’m super happy that we had one-on-one time to spend with each other, and am grateful for it! If you are expecting, I can’t recommend taking this type of trip enough. Whether it’s somewhere local, abroad, to the south, caribbean sea or beyond, these moments for us were sacred and we know will never be the same again. With that said, some (okay, maybe more than usual!) snaps from our lovely trip with a list of restaurants, and sightseeing destinations if you’re ever in the area (which you should be because it’s amaze!). A few others over on instagram too. Enjoy!

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PALM SPRINGS RESTAURANT LIST:

Mister Parker | Norma’s | Copley’s | Johannes | Workshop Kitchen + Bar | The Purple Palm | Tinto | Cheeky’s

PALM SPRINGS TO-DO LIST: 

Integratron Sound Bath | Joshua Tree National Park | Shopping, Design District | Self-Guided Home Tour | PSYC Spa

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3 Responses to “palm springs babymoon recap!”

  1. Sabrina  / 

    Stunning photos–the colors just leap off the webpage! It looks like you had a wonderful babymoon in Palm Springs and Joshua Tree.

    Sabrina
    http://www.babymoonadvice.com

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