I voted other because while I think a babymoon is not unusual, I didn't think the poll options applied to my thinking.
I personally don't want a babymoon as you describe. I like people coming by that first week... I guess it gives me a chance to show off my accomplishment.
I also like having the help that first week. My mom comes over and does chores and helps with the older child(ren), and ladies at church bring me food for 3 weeks (!!!).
I like all the visiting to happen right away, and then after that first week, I like DH to go back to work and let me get into the swing of things with the new little one added in. And I can't really do that until people are out of my hair.
I bond just fine with my baby even when visitors come by, but it's not like we have THAT many visitors. The grandparents might stop by for a couple hours or so, but I don't have friends streaming in. Most of them leave me alone. In fact, one benefit of bringing food to someone that's just had a baby is that you get to see and maybe even hold the baby. I always sign up quick to bring food to new moms for that very reason (besides the fact that I want to provide them with a meal so the mom doesn't have to cook, of course
). I don't usually visit a new mom if I'm not bringing them food.
Also, I might be a bit clouded by the fact that my first baby was in the NICU for 4 weeks, and when I brought him home, I was told by the doctors to keep him at home until his due date (another 6.5 weeks). So we were housebound for that length of time, and I really wanted to get OUT. So with my full term baby, I was really happy to get moving right away as soon as I felt up to it! I get stir crazy if I'm home alone for a long time, and a 2 week babymoon like you describe would just make me bonkers. But that's just me. I totally understand those who like the babymoon, and I would definitely respect the wishes of a family member or friend who wanted one.