Creating Family Memories with HP Sprocket
Happy Friday friends! Today I’m excited to be working with QVC to chat about how we are creating family memories with the HP Sprocket. I have been compensated by QVC for my participation. All opinions expressed are my own. If you don’t know what the HP Sprocket is, it’s the coolest little travel printer I’ve ever seen. It literally fits in your hand, and you can instantly print pictures from your phone with it.
If you’re like me, you oftentimes forget to actually print photos off. They just stay on your computer or phone, and they never make it off of your device. There’s something so special about actually having printed photos in your home, or in a photo album. Maybe it’s just me being nostalgic, but I love printing out photos and keeping them around our home to look through.
Something else that is super important to me is creating family memories, and making sure that Noah gets to relive those memories. We took our first family vacation to the beach recently, and it was one of those trips that we will always remember. Noah’s face was filled with extreme joy every morning when we woke up and headed to the beach, and I’ll always remember how special that trip was for our family. I absolutely love looking back at photos from that trip, and I want Noah to look back at them often to remember how much fun we had.
Now before I get too sappy on you guys, I just wanted to chat a bit about creating family memories with Noah’s grandparents & aunts/uncles. Unfortunately both sets of grandparents live out of town, and two sets of aunts/uncles are also out of town. I wont go into detail about how sad I get when he doesn’t get to see them as often as I wish, but I do try to make sure that those family members are still on his mind as much as possible.
We took a day recently and printed off some photos of our beach trip & also pictures of him with family members that live far away. I picked up a little photo album at the store that he could have just for himself. We looked through photos on my phone together, and using the HP Sprocket we easily printed them off, and put them in the album. Noah loved talking about the pictures, and putting them away in his album. Now he loves looking through the album and talking about the pictures & the family members in them. It seriously melts my heart! I might have him look through it every night before bed, so he falls asleep with happy memories & the feeling of being loved by family members near and far.
I’m not sure if it’s the pregnancy hormones or what, but this post make me emotional, LOL. I hope that you guys are inspired to go create some family memories of your own, and cherish your family members.
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