There are few truisms for parents these days, but one almost universal impulse we see is the desire to make memories with our children and find ways of preserving them. This impulse is hardly new, but what does belong to the present is the myriad ways in which this can be done. A combination of more disposable income, a recognition (idealization?) of childhood’s importance and transience, and, well, computers, has led to countless ways to record these special times with our little people.
This week we’ll talk about some of the memory making and meaning going on in our lives, and because this can only touch on a very few possibilities, we hope you’ll join the conversation and tell us about what you’re doing in your neck of the woods. Because, in addition to Photoshop, the computer is positively splendid for sharing ideas on topics just like this one.