Whether you are coming or going, it will take a few days for you and your child to settle in and get over your jet lag. Don’t plan huge events the day you arrive at your destination or when you get home. Grab a cappuccino at a cute cafe down the street. Call it a movie day when you are home so everyone can veg out and recover, which leads into…
Delay going back to work
This may be the hardest thing for parents to do. Vacation days are so limited in many industries that you don’t want to waste a single day at home. Your body is going through a big adjustment along with your children. Your body, mind and kid will thank you for taking the extra time you all need.
Pregnant women need to be more mindful than most when it comes to jet lag. You don’t have to stop traveling just because you are pregnant with your first or fifth baby, but you will want to grab our pregnant jet lag tips before you go.
I have learned something new about baby jet lag after every trip with my boys. Jet lag is has brought us to so many amazing places. So let’s get to it.