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…what will you do with all the pictures and video you took?
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All you stay-at-home parents can probably relate – when Matt comes home at the end of the day, I have a sudden urge to talk his ear off and tell him everything that Ella (& I) did that day. Now, part of that is a desire to talk to an adult, but it’s really because I want him to stay connected to her everyday goings-on.
So, when a friend mentioned this idea to me recently, it struck a cord with me – and I thought some of you might want to give it a try, too. Read the rest of this entry »
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