Friday, April 11, 2014

Blinkbuggy feature

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Blinkbuggy. I received a promotional item to thank me for participating.


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I have to say that I love taking pictures of my kids.  What mama doesn't?  Homeschooling requires a lot of documenting of the kids and what they are doing, not to mention entering the interesting world of team sports, so we end up with a lot of pictures.  The problem that I have is organizing them.

It seems like it may have been easier with film than all of these new digital cameras.  Yes, I can take better pictures now, but instead of the one or two to choose from, I easily take 70-80 for each event.  When Emma started soccer in the fall, I was taking pictures non-stop.  In fact I think I have her entire first game on my camera card.  I have tried to organize the pictures, and have used a few of the various digital photo organizers that are available online.  Unfortunately, I haven’t been satisfied with them.  It seems to take forever to upload the pictures and then try to organize them...let’s just say I run out of time quickly.

I was so excited to hear about BlinkbuggyBlinkbuggy makes it easy and fun to collect and connect all of life’s most important moments.  You are able to easily upload photos on the go, right from your phone, using their very cool app.  You can add memories, and quotes to each of the pictures, organize them into different photo albums, and then share them right online, or print out amazing photo books as keepsakes.  I also like that you can make the photos private or public.  You don’t have to put everything out there, but you are able to make some of it available to others. 

I really like that it shows up like a scrapbook.  Adding memories; and then having the ability to add the pictures with additional comments on the individual pictures makes making a scrapbook so much easier.  I am still trying to make a baby book for my oldest…who will be 6…in a month.   You are also able to import pictures from Instagram, Facebook, or Google. 


Blinkbuggy is celebrating spring with a Spring Fling Giveaway!  Anyone who registers for Blinkbuggy during the month of April will be entered to win one of three FREE 20 page Blinkbuggy Memory Books. I have to say that I love taking pictures of my kids.  What mama doesn't?  Homeschooling requires a lot of documenting of the kids and what they are doing, not to mention entering the interesting world of team sports, so we end up with a lot of pictures.  The problem that I have is organizing them.

It seems like it may have been easier with film than all of these new digital cameras.  Yes, I can take better pictures now, but instead of the one or two to choose from, I easily take 70-80 for each event.  When Emma started soccer in the fall, I was taking pictures non-stop.  In fact I think I have her entire first game on my camera card.  I have tried to organize the pictures, and have used a few of the various digital photo organizers that are available online.  Unfortunately, I haven’t been satisfied with them.  It seems to take forever to upload the pictures and then try to organize them...let’s just 

Blinkbuggy was also the Apparoo App of the Week this week, so I hope you head over to download it!

Have you tried Blinkbuggy before?  How do you organize all of your pictures?

1 comment:

  1. So cool!!! What a great option and Jack is adorable AND talented! Love it!

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