Announcing Best Family Travel Advice!

Have a family travel-related question? Ask an expert!

I’m thrilled to announce our participation in an exciting new project, Best Family Travel Advice. We’re collaborating with the top family travel bloggers to offer families an invaluable resource. You can ask any question you want and one or more of us will answer it!

The beauty of Best Family Travel Advice is that you can ask questions relevant to an upcoming trip and get a customized response. Since multiple bloggers may answer a single question, the advice will represent a few opinions. Travel is highly personalized and hearing from multiple people on any given issue is important. Moreover, you’ll be hearing from experts with extensive family travel experience and perspective.

Participating bloggers cover a variety of destinations, age groups, and topics. If we can’t answer something, we’ll do our best to find someone that can.

The other family travel experts participating on BFTA include Michelle Duffy of Wandermom, Mara Gorman of The Mother of All Trips, Jennifer Miner of The Vacation Gals, Meg Keogh of Backpack to Buggy, Debbie Dubrow of Delicious Baby, Linda Kramer of Travels with Children, Colleen Lanin of Travel Mamas, Amy Whitley of Pit Stops for Kids, Carol Cain of NY City Mama, and Anne Taylor Hartzell of Hip Travel Mama. We’ll be adding more experts to the group over time.

I’m one of the business partners in this venture. Special thanks to my partners Jennifer Miner, Michelle Duffy, and Mara Gorman for all the hard work (and fun!) we’ve had developing this venture over the last several months.

Come on over and check it out!

One Comment

  1. Traveling to Brussels early July, 5 in our family, children are teenagers. Driving through Calais, seeing Normandy and fly out of London 10 days later. Anything we should not miss along the way? Or a quaint town to stay in? Thank you! Carol

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