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When we only ‘get’ 18 Summers:
“If you’re a parent who spends more than a couple of hours a week on social media (I see you, no judgement here) I doubt you’ll have been able to miss the ‘Eighteen Summers’ stories that have been going viral. Here’s a quick summary for anyone who didn’t spot it – We only ‘get’ 18 summers with our children, so make them count. Make the big memories, the small ones. Appreciate it in all it’s melted ice lolly, supermarket tantrum, perfectly imperfect glory”
“TimeSpring is the modern families memory box, it’s a clever and use friendly app that allows you to schedule delivery of media to people in your circles at any point in the future. I’ve already started compiling photos from all our holidays and lazy summer days to send to Luisa when she’s 18! Over the years all the little moments and memories can be forgotten or lost but by setting up a memory bank I feel like I’m preserving some of these precious years. Matt and I take so many photos and I always think to myself that we’re not really doing anything with them, they can’t all possibly fit on the walls or be posted on social media! Now, thanks to TimeSpring we’ll all be laughing at that photo of Luisa chasing the dog through the sprinkler in 10 years.”
“I think the idea behind TimeSpring is incredibly simple but very powerful. It’s not just a photo sharing app, it’s a record for your little family unit. You can capture and tell the stories of the first trip to the beach, the enormous ice-cream, your toddlers first time on a bike. They’re not just photos, they’re memories and stories brought to life and saved forever. I seriously can’t wait for Luisa to get the first delivery from TimeSpring when she’s older, it’s going to be a really funny and special opportunity for us to reflect and share stories we’d probably have forgotten otherwise.”
*All photos have been provided by Hi Baby.