***Disclosure: This conversation was sponsored by the OneDay app, but my love of it is all my own. My thoughts and opinions were not influenced in any way***
Do you want to know something that drives me absolutely bananas? When I whip out my iPhone to take a photo of my boys, who I lovingly refer to as the “gruesome twosome” and I get that pesky error message that says I can’t take my picture because the storage on my phone is full.
As soon as I delete and/or archive my photos, I am back at it and before I know it, that error message is popping back up on my phone again. And it seriously happens at the worst possible times, right? You know what I’m talking about – preschool graduations, school plays, while both of your boys are in the Jedi Training Academy show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios…..yes, that really happened.
So in case you haven’t figured it out yet, my name is Robin and I am addicted to taking iPhone photos. I mean heck, we are one of “those” families that travel to Disney World every year and I still can’t return from a trip there with less than 1000 photos. They’re the same pictures year after year, but I just can’t seem to stop myself.
You’ve also probably noticed that I only mention taking photos, not videos. I have always refrained from taking videos with my phone because of my photo storage paranoia. I know that videos take up more storage and I do not want to go through the panic that I went through while my kids were in the Jedi Training Academy ever again. I was in such a rush to delete photos that day (because the show my boys were in was already in progress) that I just deleted a bunch of things without really taking the time to look and see if I actually did want to delete them. I would have kicked myself for missing out on photos of them in their Jedi robes, so did what I had to do. Believe me, the struggle was real.