Right, so, the babymoon! We did end up going after all and I am so glad we did. We got home from the hospital and it was starting to blizzard, so we knew we needed to get on the road sooner than later. The normally 2 hour drive took us 4 hours, there were cars off the side of the road all over the place and even one car in the middle of the interstate completely backwards. But the bliss that awaited us in Niagara-On-The-Lake was well worth it. A fireplace in our room, two white robes in our closet, towel warmers, big cushy king sized bed, a big beautiful pool that nobody except us ever seemed to use. Our hotel was owned by the same people who owned two other hotels in the same town so we were able to use the outdoor warm springs facilities at another hotel. We braved the cold one afternoon and walked around the quaint town. After driving around looking for an open restaurant for dinner that wasn’t the $50/plate hotel restaurant, we ended up eating at Tim Horton’s (Canada’s crappy version of Starbucks) and we were having so much fun I didn’t even care.