Transcript for New ways to preserve summer memories
Welcome back, everyone. Family vacations is one of the best things about summer. When you get back, what do you do? How do you preserve all of those memorys? Luckily ABC's travel and lifestyle editor Genevieve Shaw brown author of "The happiest mommy you know" is here. We need suggestions, where do we start. Only 18 Summers between when they're born and when they leave the nest so you want to really preserve these memories. I love littlehoots. It's free. It's billed as a digital member ray bock. Facebook like feed chronological order, upload your video, photws but my favorite feature is that it creates beautiful postcard like memories of the funny things your kids say and I've got three kids under 6 so there's a a of hilarity and it's private invite only. So our kids are coming home with this beautiful artwork which we don't want to get rid of but it's taking up so much space in the house. What do we do. Artwork. Airline tickets, shell collection, all of it. What do you do with it. You go to plum print. They'll send you a prepaid box, you'll dump it all in and send it away and back in the mail you'll get a beautiful coffee table book of your child's summer artwork and everything they did over the summer and it's really beautiful and it's very easy and they'll even get rid of the stuff for you. That's incredible. Which is a lot easier to do once you have the coffee book in hand. Okay, you have other unique ideas thought there as well. When you want to take it to another level, for preserving the memories go to your life media. They create Hollywood movie trailers of your summer vacations and adventures and do videos and graphics and the whole thing is voiced over by that Hollywood voice we all know and love. Incredible ideas. Every kid will want a movie trailer about their summer. Who wouldn't? Genevieve, thanks for saving the day as usual. Great to have you.
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