This post was sponsored by TimeSpring through their PR, and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
When it comes to family, and the memories we make together, many of us find that we turn to our phones to capture many of those moments. We find that with kids, from the time they are born and as they grow, that the time goes by very quickly and we notice changes and moments with them every day. So as a parent who enjoys capturing those moments and memories, and who has family far away, I find that I like to not only capture those moments on my phone but also find ways of sharing by utilizing apps such as TimeSpring!
With TimeSpring, we can take those photos and videos we enjoy taking and preserve them, share them with those we care about and want to share them with not just today but also in the future. Bringing our memories to the forefront where both those young and old can enjoy them, in time released messages that we set to be sent when we want them to be sent.
We can do this, and not have to worry about the forgetting of certain moments or events, and even include the kids on the app. Where we can set up accounts on TimeSpring for the kids to access later, and have messages and memories shared with them in the future, capturing moments that they might not remember, but that they can look back on. Giving us a tool through the app that helps to fill in the gaps for both the young and the old.
Which for me, makes for a handy app to have as we head into the holidays, and have many moments with the family we have not seen all year. Where I can capture and tell the stories of the moments from the baking with grandma, the reading of holiday stories with my sister, to the family games we play and the laughter we share. Making TimeSpring not just another app for photos, but a app where memories are given a story to tell that can be looked back on and shared to be relived again and again!
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