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I would do a beach vacation like dominican or jamaica or the other islands depending on your budget. it's relaxing, yet exotic. hawaii is a good choice but i feel it's nicer to explore off the resort, which isn't as easy with a toddler. avoid anything that involves too much walking.FTO wrote: ↑Feb 5th, 2019 10:28 amSo we came to the realization that we did not go anywhere in 2018 at all. Also, my wife is 4 months along now and the thought of being unable to travel once the new baby comes along has been quite depressing for her. She had some post-partum depression with our first one and I am worried that it will be worse with the second one if I do not start treating it now by taking her around a bit...
We are contemplating taking a last minute trip at the end of February. Choices are Mexico, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Disneyland or Disneyworld. Where would you guys/gals choose in this situation (if you absolutely had to pick one)? I am leaning heavily towards DisneyWorld even though our little one is only 22 months. I am worried of Zika in Mexico. Also, I'm not sure what there is to do in Hawaii, Mexico and Las Vegas for a 22 month old? Disneyland seems good also because it is cheaper than DisneyWorld but the weather is not as good in Anaheim as compared to Orlando. Some thoughts would be much appreciated or any other destination suggestions?
Feb 7th, 2019 1:16 pm
Panama City Beach is beautiful but IMO, it's only an option during the summer / fall. In late Feb (or even March), it's likely it won't even be warm enough for shorts and the ocean certainly won't be warm enough that most people would swim at that time of year.
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Agreed- weather can be so iffy in socal. I’ve been on the beach in March and I’ve been bundled up in a Coast. Given though he was looking at Vegas I didn’t think he was looking for tropical weather (weather aside California is just more child friendly then Vegas)michelb wrote: ↑Feb 6th, 2019 9:20 amIf you want warm weather, you will not likely get that in SoCal at the end of February. Certainly not for swimming. I heard on the radio that the forecast was -1C last night in LA and it was less than 10C yesterday during the day. Avg temp in Feb / March for LA is high of 21C, low of 10C. Much better than pretty much anywhere in Canada but it's not tropical weather.
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Ha. The challenge is real. But I've done that flight (and longer) with toddlers and a pregnant wife. You just have to bring more toys, games, books and downloaded shows to watch. And maybe order a couple extra drinks from the flight attendant
Feb 12th, 2019 7:18 pm