Williamsburg, Virginia Media Trip

I had the pleasure of traveling to Williamsburg, Virginia last week on assignment for ChildMode. I loved Williamsburg so much I can’t wait to take my family back! I can’t say enough good things about it as a family travel destination.

Aside from getting to follow a dream and travel, one of the best parts of going on a press trip is the opportunity to meet other bloggers and writers in real life. I always come home feeling richer for my experience and happy to have new friends. I’d like you to meet the three women I enjoyed my time in Williamsburg with. They are lovely women and I hope you’ll get to know them in the online world.

Dana Rebmann (second from left)

Nadia from ChildMode told me I was going to love Dana and she was right! What’s not to love? Dana has a serious love of travel. I have a serious love of travel. Dana has two girls. I have two girls. Dana loves running. I sort of, kind of, think running is ok. Close enough. Dana is a wonderfully sweet ball of energy. You can follow her on Twitter @drebmann, read her travel posts at Ciao Bambino and catch up on all her adventures on her personal website.

Lindsey Johnson (third from left)

Lindsey was the first person I met when I arrived in Williamsburg and our conversation immediately flowed like we’d known each other for years. Lindsey lives in Salt Lake City and has three children, yet looks surprisingly rested and youthful. Maybe she’s lying to me. I’m kidding. I’m a kidder. I can only imagine that’s from all the healthy and delicious food she eats. You can drool over Lindsey’s recipes on her website Cafe Johnsonia and follow her on Twitter @cafe_johnsonia.

Anne Ditmeyer (fourth from left)

In my next life I want to come back as Anne Ditmeyer. I’ll be young, ridiculously hip, incredibly talented and following my dream in Paris. *le sigh* For now though I will have to live vicariously through her website Prêt à Voyager and follow her adventures on Twitter @pretavoyager. Good grief, even her website name is cool.

I hope our paths cross again ladies. You helped make Williamsburg an unforgettable trip.

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