Once you bring home your new baby, you might think that all romance goes out the window.
It doesn't have to!
This isn't rocket science.
Just because you're new parents doesn't mean you can't take some time to yourselves.
Self care extends into the social sphere and devoting some time to relationships in your life will minimize your stress and keep you spending some quality time with the ones you love.
Atlanta is full of cute date night spots.
So call up your baby sitter and hit the town for some couples therapy.
If you're looking for a casual evening out where you can kick your healthy eating to the curb for a night, there's no place better than Jack's Pizza. You can relax and hang out in an ultra casual space and just enjoy each other's company. Jack's has some of Atlanta's best trivia nights, so you can grab a few drinks and test each other's smarts.
My Parents' Basement
One of our favorite spots on our nerdy date night radar is the fun bar restaurant "My Parents' Basement." This slice of geeky nostalgia has comic book art adorning the walls, vintage board games and old school game consoles near and dear to your heart. Choose from a fun creative menu paired with a craft beer from their impressive collection where you can let loose and be yourselves!
R. Thomas Deluxe Grill
If vegan, vegetarian, gluten free or sustainability is what you're after, R. Thomas Deluxe is the perfect place for you. They have a great casual vibe with quirky decor, a great place to relax with your other half. This Atlanta pit stop is open 24 hours so anytime can be date night for mom and dad to do some relaxing and reconnecting.
Diesel Filling Station
If you haven't had a chance to catch your favorite shows together, some dinner at Diesel Filling Station has you covered. Head out to dinner on one of their fun event nights and get the opportunity to kick back and spend some time together. At Diesel it's always a party.
Caring for a new little one can be stressful and straining on your relationship.
Schedule regular date nights or adventures together to cut down on postpartum stress and keep you feeling connected.