5 Fun Ways To Capture Childhood and Treasure Memories

Being a parent is such a wonderful thing. But from the time that they are born to the time that they start school, it can really zoom on by. Not to mention the fact that those childhood years and then into teen years happens so fast too. They are not ours in our homes for too long, as they can be off on their journey to college and adulthood at eighteen. So capturing those moments together and those memories can be such a wonderful thing to look back on. But what are some of the best ways to capture those memories so that you’ll have them to remember forever? Here are a few simple suggestions.

 

 

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Start a Blog

 

Ues, you’ve guessed it, starting a blog can be such a wonderful way to capture moments with your children or the little things that they say. You don’t have to have a public blog if you don’t want to, but it can be such a fun way to document things.

 

Create Email Addresses

 

Creating an email address for each of your children can be such a fun thing to do. Then when you are on your phone, you can email over a photo to that address or email over something funny that they said or something cute that they did. Then you could give them the password to the email on their eighteenth birthday for a fun surprise.

 

Get Into Photography

 

Photos are such wonderful memories too. But sometimes, the snaps on our phones aren’t going to be a great quality to share with others. So if you are interested in this, then you could get into photography and you could even be looking at somewhere like Training Connection and their photoshop courses so that you can edit them to perfection. These could just be images that you keep for yourself, or you could create a private Instagram profile for each of your children, where you upload the photos to so that you and they can look back on them in years to come.

 

Keepsake Box

 

Having a box of memories to treasure can be such a good idea, and a lovely way to preserve everything that was precious. It could start with things they had as a baby, and go all the way up to being an adult. It could be things that they do in school, photographs, or their favorite toys. Then when you need a nostalgic moment, you can look back on it and reminisce.

 

Journal Writing

These days journals have kind of been replaced by blogs. But if you prefer the old age method of putting pen to paper, then writing a journal for your children can be a really lovely thing to do. You could include the things that you have done together, as well as how you were feeling. Little quotes of things that they have done or said can be really lovely too. It can be a nice thing to keep in the family and pass down from generation to generation.

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23 Responses

  1. I like the idea of journals. It would be personal and have be personified anytime. With blog, it might tend to drift away, at times.

  2. I am all for preserving fleeting childhood moments. I have been capturing the smaller, but special, moments of my son since he was a baby. And believe me, it is such a joy to revisit those memories captured via photos or notes in a journal. I like your idea of keepsake box!!

    • The Dreamer Mum says:

      I’m waiting for my kids to be grown enough to understand these things. I would love to show these to them and see their reaction

  3. Varsh says:

    I started my blog after my son was born and it was fun jotting down his childhood memories on it. I love taking photos and videos of my kids! An email is a good idea. Shall do this now.

  4. Deepika says:

    Email is an interesting one. My younger son is less interested in clicking pictures but I anyhow manage to click his pictures. Really it is a great pleasure to see their pics and videos after some years which I do with my daughter’s videos now.

  5. Neha Sharma says:

    Oh these are some really wonderful suggestions to capture beautiful childhood memories and treasure them forever. I am gonna work on some of these ideas. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Sweetannu says:

    I have kept a journal and keep clicking plenty of pictures to keep memories alive. This really makes it wonderful for the future.

    • The Dreamer Mum says:

      Oh yes. Even I love to look back at my childhood pics, books and other memories my mother made sure to preserve.

  7. I love the idea of photography ,that stay for life long and great to see them growing in so cute way

  8. I loved your email idea and true, that can be such a sweet and personalized gift from a mother. Journals is another favourite and trendy thing catching up. I have been taking photos and making videos of small and big moments since their birth.

    • The Dreamer Mum says:

      I also mail the pics out to them with a note. That ways they can see the pics in their inbox chronologically as well when they grow up.

  9. jhilmildsaha says:

    The idea of journals sound so intetesting and I feel will be the most precious and treasured ones for future.

  10. Tina Basu says:

    You have mentioned some nice tips here. Have opened an email account for my son already

  11. I love writing blog and journal. It helps me to pen down my thoughts and share with people around the world.

  12. Memories are so wonderful to go back to.

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