We live in a digital age. Smartphones and tablets give us the ability to take photographs of anything at any time. Recent figures show 67% of parents take photographs of their children every week, with 9% of these snapping away on a daily basis. Your camera roll is probably full of children’s photos, pictures at the park, visiting family or just playing at home with toys. It is also a sad fact that the most photographed generation will have no photographs in 10 years’ time
How are you? No, really, how are you? Where are you with things? Is today a good day? Or is today tough? Whichever one it is, I get it.
You see, before I had Lottie, I was an easy-going, chilled kind of girl. Nothing overly phased me and I did my best to not stress about things. I definitely wasn't the anxious type at all. Life was good, easy and carefree. Since having Lottie, everything has changed. I remember my first wobble. Lottie was 5 days old. I
Believe it or not, the first digital camera was invented by Kodak Engineer Steve Sasson back in 1974. It was about the size of a breadbox and it took about 23 seconds to capture one image. This was revolutionary at the time because every other camera used a film to store the images and then the roll of film would be sent off to a developer. About a week later, your photographs would land on your doorstep. Can you imagine that now? I don't think people would be so patient t
Life is busy, day-to-day life can be manic. A week passes, then a month, a year and in what seems like the blink of an eye, a whole year has passed. Before you know it, your little ones aren’t so little anymore. I urge you to hit the pause button and take time out to capture those moments before they are gone forever. I’ve no doubt in this digital age you have plenty of pictures of your loved ones, probably digital files stored on your phone or in the cloud. But what about s