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Pregnant Vegas

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by shawnj1, Dec 14, 2016.

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  1. shawnj1

    shawnj1 Low-Roller

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    We are taking an upcoming trip to vegas in February and the lady is pregnant. We will be staying mid strip, normally just gamble/drink but looking to switch it up a little since she can't drink. Any suggestions of things to do?
     
  2. abraxis

    abraxis Low-Roller

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    How prego? That'll probably determine the amount of physical activity she can do without tiring. Also try your best to avoid all the second- hand smoke!
     
  3. KimiCoconuts

    KimiCoconuts Low-Roller

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    Rest when she needs to, plenty of water, she will be good to go!
     
  4. dtmk66

    dtmk66 Welcome to Las Vegas

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    I thought for a minute vegas caused it!
     
  5. shawnj1

    shawnj1 Low-Roller

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    Haha no not caused by vegas - about 20 weeks along while in Vegas
     
  6. smerrian

    smerrian View from Bally's

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    Don't overdo it. Rest a lot at the slot machines.:D Don't push yourself. If you're tired, stop.
     
  7. Geogran

    Geogran Whooo. Whooo.

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    At 20 weeks it'll still be full speed ahead.
    Keep up her normal activity - early (generally speaking) morning walks on the strip will keep her feeling fine and fit for whatever activities y'all normally enjoy, and the fresh air snuffs out lingering smoke inhalation.

    Virgin drinks of whatever tickles her fancy - get creative - forget the calories for a couple of days.

    A spa or massage session or two together.

    A little shopping for that perfect something for baby's room or wardrobe.

    Just have fun and get some sleep now before that little one arrives and sleep deprivation sets in :snore::yawn:
    best wishes !
     
  8. woodsie

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    I don't want to preach, but for the sake of your child, reconsider your plans. Both 2nd hand and 3rd hand smoke is very bad for a developing baby and it's pretty much unavoidable anywhere on the strip.

    Just my 2 cents. I ain't judging.
     
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  9. abraxis

    abraxis Low-Roller

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    I second this. Will it cause your baby problems? Probably not. MIGHT it cause problems? Of course. You decide if it's worth that risk...it wouldn't be for my wife and i.
     
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    Here's a couple of things that come to my mind to do:

    • Titanic Exhibit (Luxor)
    • Bellagio Gallery of Fine Arts
    • Day Pass to Spa
    • Red Rock (drive through)
    If you're looking to grab a drink but want a chill place to do it, check out:

    • Skyfall (Delano)
    • Vice Versa (Vdara)
    • Mandarin Bar (Mandarin Oriental)
    I believe all 3 are smoke-free.
     
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  11. sporty8705

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    I can't speak to being in Vegas pregnant, but I have a ton of local casinos and frequent them. I did go to Vegas 4 weeks after I had my last kid, and it was not bad. We had plans to go in Spring break with our 6 yr old and would be then 8/9 month old, however, I am once again pregnant!
     
  12. Multifarious5

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    Uh-oh Shawn, hopefully you got the update on resort fees that they now charge more for 2.5 guests? Kidding. Have a great trip!
     
  13. meyers67

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    My gf was pregnant and a non-gambler. This is what we did:

    - saw the Hoover dam
    - she had a massage at qua caesars
    - saw Mariah Carey
    - Venetian gondola ride
    - saw O at bellagio

    Second hand smoke was minimal and I got a few hours of gambling in each night when she went to bed early (for Vegas).
     
  14. flyguyfl

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    I am trying to guess what you do besides gambling for entertainment.:haha:
     
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