The Young Mummy forced to cancel her babymoon due to “unforeseen-fanny-circumstances.”

Blogger extraordinaire Sophie Cachia otherwise known as The Young Mummy has been forced to skip her babymoon due to “some unforeseen-fanny-circumstances.”

The Young Mummy told followers on Instagram the cancellation came as a result of her “low lying naughty placenta”, a common pregnancy complication that often corrects itself.

Due to some unforeseen-fanny-circumstances aka one very low lying naughty placenta, we’ve had to cancel our amazing Bali holiday 10 days before departure. Also due to the late notice to our villa, I’m reaching out for anyone who might be looking for a last minute getaway! Seminyak Private Villa @villasaudarabali dates now available in Melbourne school holidays 21st Sept-Oct 1 FAMILY FRIENDLY with pool fence available, cot/strolling hiring services, housekeeping & experienced nanny (who doesn’t leave your kids side and even gets up early with them to make mum and dad pancakes in bed…dammit????) 30m from Seminyak Beach + KuDeTa RIGHT next door (another dammit) Booked from a beautiful Adelaide Local Anna who has been nothing but a dream to work with – And for all tea lovers like me this talented lady also has her own matcha tea & skincare range @hellohappyskin and you can even get a hello happy facial in Bali!

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The chosen location was a picturesque getaway in what can only be described as a dream Bali villa. Cachia said she is now seeking somebody to take her reservation due to the late cancellation.

The private villa was described as family friendly to the extent it came with a housekeeper and experienced nanny. “Pool fence available, cot/strolling hiring services, housekeeping & experienced nanny,” she said.

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The Young Mummy said the nanny even came equipped with pancake-making duties. “[The nanny] doesn’t leave your kids’ side and even gets up early with them to make mum and dad pancakes in bed,” she said.

The post has skyrocketed in popularity among followers who desperately try to encourage friends to take up the offer.

“We don’t have real babies, we’ve got food babies & man babies.. We should bloody take it!” One user said.

“Can we go on another babymoon?” Another user asked.

Yes. Can we?

Feature image via Instagram @theyoungmummy.

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