Wednesday, November 09, 2011

My Kinder Moments

I love my Facebook. Since I live so far from my family, it has provided a wonderful way to keep in touch, to stay up-to-date on daily happenings, and, most importantly for me, to share pictures.  My Little Boo is growing up with long distance grandparents, and I know they feel the distance terribly. So I share his life in photos. I am that mom - his Hallowe'en costume, the cute temporary tattoo he got at the fair, his first trip to Marineland where he touched the Beluga whale - every milestone and most of his adventures are documented and posted, to be shared with his grandparents (and aunts and uncles and cousins).

Kinder Canada understands the importance of celebrating and sharing these special, fun moments. They have created a new tool to add a bit of fun to our images, with special themed frames.  My KINDER® Moments has a series of frames designed around holiday and every day themes - family vacations, the tooth fairy, hockey practice - they're all there.

I made this one with the Fall Fun theme, to capture the fun of our apple picking outing.

Take a trip over to the KINDER® Canada Facebook page and register to create your own My KINDER® Moments album.  It's really quite easy. You can upload a photo from your computer or use one from your Facebook albums.

They are running a monthly contest as well, which I think you'll enjoy! Every time you frame one of your special moments, you will be automatically entered for a chance to win the monthly prize. In November they are drawing for a compact digital camera valued at approximately $500! Coolio. THAT would be a great tool to have for creating more fabulous pictures to capture your fun memories!  

Happy framing and good luck!


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

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