Parents of younger children can’t bear the thought of them growing up and leaving home. Parents of teenagers can’t wait. Snapshot Culture makes sense for both.
Parents want to preserve their children’s childhood. Sure, you can chronicle every family vacation, every birthday, and every special event that you’re a part of. But what about all those day-to-day activities you never see, all those field trips you didn’t chaperone, all those away games you couldn’t attend? Snapshot Culture allows you to capture and chronicle your child’s year at school (and away from school) so that both of you have something to remember later.
Of course you should buy pictures of your child, but you should also buy pictures of his or her friends, too. Buy pictures of your child’s favorite teacher, the class play, or that special event that your schedule didn’t allow you to make. You get the picture.
Besides, if you can spend $40 on a school sweatshirt that your child will outgrow by next year, can’t you spend a similar amount on pictures that no one will ever outgrow? Preserve history. Get Snapshot Culture. It’s a Snap!