We have to hand it to our parents who dug through stacks of baby photos and carefully organized them into precious baby books many of us cherish to this very day. But this is the digital age, and we’re not keeping photos of our little ones in shoeboxes anymore. Between our phone, Facebook page, and computer, we’ve got hundreds of photos of our kids, and we’ve just about given up trying to keep them organized. It’s no wonder why so many of us wish we could create a baby book, but are too overwhelmed to even start.
What if we told you there’s a new app that can take all those precious photos and organize them into a personalized baby book that you can easily share with your family and friends? Well, say hello to the Story of You iPad app, the modern mom’s way of creating a beautiful online baby book.
The app is free to download, and setting up your account is completed in two simple steps.
After you’ve logged in, Story of You will walk you through every step of creating your own baby book, from selecting the cover image, to inputting your baby’s personal information like size, weight, and time of birth. Once you chose your desired themed (they have one free, the rest range in price from $0.99 to $1.99) you can upload your photos and videos directly from your iPad camera roll, Facebook, or from your computer.
Each section of your baby book is already mapped out–all you have to do is drop in your photos and video for each event or milestone in your baby’s life and add as much information as you want. It’s your chance to record all those precious memories from your baby’s first few years, so be as detailed or as simple as you like.
You can share pages of your completed baby book on Facebook, email it to your friends and family, or even print your very own hardcover copy. Currently, they are offering discounts for hardcover copies, so take advantage today.
Download the Story of You app today and create lasting memories of your baby’s first years.
Story of You by MK-Ultra, Inc.
Have you started your baby book yet? Will you be using this app to create it?
— Scott Wardell