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Jamaica & Babies...specifically ROR

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#1 Marie

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    Posted 12 July 2009 - 10:57 AM

    Hi Gang,

    Sorry if this is a repeat post, but I haven't came across any threads to do with children & babies at the resort. My MOH(my sister) is due Jan 13th...and we get married May 6th.

    We have 35 booked, so it's gonna be a big event in our family, and of course she and her husband do not want to miss it- but they'll do what's best for the baby.

    Doctors say as long as mom and baby are healthy-it's fine, and of course as long as they take necesary precautions....it should be ok, but as a mom to be-shes worried to death.

    Have any of you ever had 4 month olds with you? Did you see many babies?Any advice ould be appreciated.

    #2 jawedding

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      Posted 12 July 2009 - 11:41 PM

      I would bring my baby, no question, esp. if i was exclusively breastfeeding (not sure if that's your sister's plan) (this way there is no worry about mixing formula, water, etc)

      One of my best friends has a baby who will be 8 months old when I get married, and she is planning to bring her (and she is in the medical profession - related to babies).. I think it will be fine.
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      #3 josee

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        Posted 13 July 2009 - 09:19 AM

        Hi Marie,

        I travelled alot and can tell you that I saw many women with very young babies. Like jawedding said, I don't see any problem for your sister to bring her baby especially if she is breastfeeding.

        #4 Mello78

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          Posted 13 July 2009 - 12:48 PM

          I am glad this question was asked...I am bringing both my children (although they are much older) but it still worries me to travel with a toddler who will be 3 by the time we go to ROR. I will make sure my luggage is full of sunscreen, pepto bismol, gravol and advil/tylenol lol!

          #5 tmemise

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            Posted 13 July 2009 - 11:21 PM

            My 2nd daughter was 2mths premature and my oldest daughter is 3yrs. Both were in jamaica and had the time of thier lives. As long as the baby is healthy then no worries mon. Do your best to keep them cool if your on the beach thats a main thing.

            #6 AnnaC

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              Posted 14 July 2009 - 04:51 PM

              I'm bringing my son who will be 4.5 months when we go to ROR. I'll be breastfeeding and pumping. We'd asked when I was pregnant and the doctor said it would be fine.

              #7 GeminiLibra

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                Posted 16 July 2009 - 05:46 PM

                I was married at the ROR in Nov. and we saw a ton of babies, all ages. I wouldn't worry.

                #8 Ashsmith

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                  Posted 17 July 2009 - 05:10 AM

                  We'll be taking our 2 children when we get married in sept who will be Jake, 23 month and Charlie, 7 month and also my 18month old nephew, Lucas! I was worried, although we took Jake to Cuba last year when he was 8 month and all was fine! Jake and Lucas have had to have Injecs to go but Charlie is too young. So of course i will have to boil bottled water and take my own food for him! What a heavy case im gunna have! 2 weeks worth of food and milk!....and nappied for the both!! Gosh!

                  #9 JanJan84

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                    Posted 21 July 2009 - 03:38 PM

                    I vacationed at ROR last summer and Yes there were babies there from 5months and older. My daughter is my flower girl in my wedding I would not have her miss our special day for nothing she is 4 yrs old. So there should be no problem at all with your sister bringing her baby. It will be fun take lots of pictures.

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