15 Different Stories to Tell

This post is sponsored by Disney Story. To find out more about this brand-new story-creation app and how it puts the power of storytelling in your hands – click here.

Have you ever found an entirely new way to use an app?  Until recently I thought my most amazing discovery was using the stopwatch on my phone to time Addie in crazy obstacle course races through the house to burn off her energy. With the creation of my “Where’s my Mickey?” story last week I’ve started to think in possible stories. If you’re a blogger or journal keeper you’ll totally understand what I mean. So many little moments happen everyday, ones that may never make it into a blog post but are worth commemorating, and if we don’t take the time to write down our stories, who will?

15 Different Stories to Tell

If you haven’t downloaded the Story app from Disney because you don’t think you have stories worth documenting, or this is your first time hearing about Story, take a look through the possible stories you could put together in less than 5 minutes. Honestly, the app makes storytelling effortless and sharing your stories even easier.

http://embed.story.us/story/embed_story?o=6JzboG1xyuGW

Can’t see the Story or want to see it bigger? Click here.

I will say that if you do put together bedtime stories for your kids, putting them on an iPad makes accessing them and sharing them at story time easy and beautiful.

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