I must have taken over 3000 pictures of my daughter’s first year. This was before iPhones and Instagram – this was on my regular point-and-shoot camera, then developed at a photo shop and actual photographs were placed in old-fashioned type albums and scrapbooks. This was only 8 years ago.
Nowadays, I can take pictures anywhere I go, but I don’t have the time to chronicle each and every single memory of my two kids (second child syndrome is alive and well in this house!). That’s why I am loving a new app I discovered that helps parents preserve their kids memories, the Timewyse Life Locket App.
The Life Locket App makes it easier to keep track of your child’s photos, as well as cute little memories like their favourite foods, books, and toys they liked to play with. The Life Locket App prompts you to take pictures, audio, and videos of their rooms, a fun activity you did that day, a favourite outfit – and you can even take notes, called ‘snips’, to remind you of things they said or did that day.
This app can create a virtual scrapbook of memories, which you can easily make into a photo book or share with family members, securely and privately. It also records audio and video, like your child singing the alphabet or dancing to their favourite song!
The Life Locket App helps parents preserve their child’s memories simply and easily. My parents live on the other side of the country, and I rarely have time to email recent pictures or things the kids did. With the Life Locket App, I can easily send my parents a private link so they can see a virtual photo album of the grandkids online.
I love the Life Locket App because it helps remind me to keep track of my kids milestones, achievements, and even just every day life, because that’s where some of the most important things happen! Check out the official Life Locket App Website, and download the Life Locket App for iPhone.
Disclosure: I am part of the Timewyse Locket blogger program with Mom Central and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.