I recently heard about the book called The Best Camera is the One That Is With You by Chase Jarvis. I haven't read the book, but just the title changed my attitude about using my camera phone to snap pictures.
In my mind, I would think to myself, "Oh, I don't want to snap a picture using my camera phone. It will be muddy and blurry and it won't be worth scrapping." I realize now I was wrong. It doesn't matter if the pictures you take with your camera phone are of poor quality, they still contain special memories. :)
Here is a page I created for the Noel Mignon Summer Layout Tag (it's like playing the game "Telephone" but with scrapping) using the Noel Mignon Playdate kit (sorry, sold out). It's just a quick snapshot of my kids outside of a restaurant, but it holds a special spot in my heart because it is very rare that I get all four of my kids in a picture. Besides that . . . this was one of those nights that I had an epiphany of how quickly my kids are changing this year (Jensyn is going to junior high now) and that I need to cherish every single mundane minute of our time together. :)
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