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Select the day shipping option. One time use only. No adjustments on previous purchases. Please leave a comment Copy and Share this Link: Coupon Code Ends October 19, Sale Ends October 23, Sale Ends October 19, Sale Ends October 20, From backpacking around the world to writing a bestseller, more and more women are choosing to spend their maternity leave in a variety of unusual ways. BBC News speaks to the new mums who swapped sleepless nights for long-haul flights. For every mother who travels in the months following the birth of their child, there are many more who will rub their sleep-deprived eyes in disbelief that anyone could even contemplate navigating a new country alongside nappy changes.
But there is a growing number of women enjoying the so-called "baby gap year" and who see no reason to stay at home when children arrive on the scene. Nurse Karen Edwards saw maternity leave as a golden opportunity to see the world and had no qualms about doing so with her husband and week-old daughter in tow. The family first headed for the other side of the world to live in father Shaun's native country, New Zealand, before backpacking through six countries.
Mrs Edwards happily admits most of her friends with kids thought she was a "bit nuts" to attempt her travels. She said before flying to New Zealand she had "lots of doubts". Alongside the blog's idyllic snaps of the family playing on beaches or visiting south-east Asian temples are pictures of the pair hiding from a cranky baby by curling up on the floor of their hotel room.
Babies will be babies. But her tales of long-haul tantrums and boiling up sweet potatoes in a kettle to keep a fussy eater happy have turned her into an authority on backpacking with a baby. She's been around the world twice and visited 12 counties.
Justine Roberts swapped careers in investment banking and journalism to set up advice forum Mumsnet after a "disastrous" family holiday when her twins were a year old.
She came up with the idea for the website after the children caught a tummy bug and struggled with jetlag at a holiday resort which was "completely unsuitable". The year-old said the success of the site, which has 9. Ms Roberts credits the "natural break" motherhood gave her as the inspiration to take a new path in life.
However, she said any would-be "mumtrepreneurs" needed to have childcare in place before embarking on their business plans. She said she found the world of internet start-ups to be "very young and very male", and not always an easy place for a woman to navigate. Louise Ross gave up a career in law before having her first child and began writing her first murder-mystery bestseller when her son was six months old.
Ms Ross had already decided to retrain and had spent her pregnancy doing a fast-track psychology course, but put everything on hold following the birth of her son. Once Ethan started childcare, the author completed her debut novel, Holy Island, within four months. I opted to spend my maternity leave abroad in the US after my husband was offered a job in Massachusetts. When my second child was two months old, we packed our belongings into four very large suitcases and hopped across the Atlantic for a year of adventures.
I discovered my kids loved skyscrapers, travelling on the Boston T, visiting Dunkin' Donuts, and even started talking with the trademark Boston accent.
It was a year of contrasts, from guilt about leaving my toddler's favourite toys and loving grandparents behind, to excitement about visiting Boston's world-class museums and taking trips to LA and New York. Homesickness hit hard at times, particularly in January and February when illness struck, temperatures plummeted to C -4F and 7ft 2.
Compared to my first maternity leave - an endless merry-go-round of library rhyme-times and baby swimming groups - it was a stimulating, but occasionally a lonely and exhausting time.
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