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1978 Barbie Dream House: A (Love) Story

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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.

I don’t know if you’ve seen Story yet, the new photo and video sharing app from Disney, but I am a little bit hooked.

Because here’s the thing about me — I am crazy trigger happy about taking photos, and kind of terrible at sharing them. Which is why, for example I had 147 photos of Delilah’s first encounter with the mint condition 1978 Barbie Dream House that was passed down from her Aunt Maegan. Why did I take 147 pictures of my kid’s new dollhouse? Well, because I am a freak for architecture and I wanted to share every inch of the a-frame dollhouse with you. But I didn’t. Because I took 147 pictures. Who does that? I do. Which is also why my 16gb iPhone [that I got in December] is full.

Enter Story. I open the app and there are “moments” already waiting for me in beautiful album form. (Moments is how the app refers to the intelligent collections it creates based on the place time your photos were taken. It is almost always accurate and results in awesome albums being made for you.) Anyway, I was scrolling through my moments, and I saw this one, beautifully packaged for me as if I’d made it myself. Which I did. Only I forgot about it. Anyway, just like that though, I’ve got a Story to share. What’s your story?

[iframe src="http://embed.story.us/story/embed_story?o=uatJbhz2fBoU" width="560" height="490" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"]

 

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