Celebrate Your Moments With $500
Taking pictures of special events has always been important in my family. From the time I was young, I remember my mom running off to grab her still camera before we were allowed to move on with our activities. At the time it seemed annoying but now that I am grown with kids of my own, I appreciate my mom took the time to remember for us. From my first Christmas to my first car, my special moments are forever frozen in photographs. The odd time that I get sentimental and pull out the old albums at my moms, the kids get a good chuckle out of what I looked like as a kid, especially the clothing my mom used to put me in. I’m sure it’ll be the same when my kids are showing pictures of themselves to their own kids one day.
With Halloween over, Thanksgiving now behind us and Christmas just around the corner I want to make sure I keep these memories alive for my kids long into adulthood. Technology advancements from when I was a child to now, has made this easy with the use of Digital cameras and the internet. Social media sites like Facebook make it even easier for you to share your special moments with close friends and family who may or may not be close-by. What are some ways you keep your memories alive, perhaps a scrapbook or a photo calendar?
Kinder Surprise has created a special free application to help you celebrate your special moments. KINDER® Moments can be accessed from the Kinder Canada Facebook Page where you can select a frame based on your moment, upload a picture within that frame for easy sharing with your friends and family. Every time you frame a special moment with KINDER® Moments you’ll be entered to win a gift valued at approximately $500; this month the prize is a Kodak digital camera valued at $500 to one lucky Canadian winner. Whatever the moment you want to snap a memory of, head over to KINDER® Moments to celebrate.
Disclosure: I’m part of the KINDER® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.