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Capturing Family Memories: A Highly Adorable Interview with Anders

Over the Labor Day weekend I got my hands on a Sony handycam which turned out to be, well, handy considering it poured rain for most of the holiday. Our plans for a barbecue and a day at the park were quickly replaced by takeout and the pursuit of indoor activities to stave off boredom. Enter timely video recording device!

As a little girl, my cousins and I spent hours making our own home movies and I was really excited to introduce the concept to my children. It had been a while since my days as an amateur camerawoman and Anders agreed to play guinea pig. Sadly, I learned I am a bit rusty. While figuring out how to record video was a snap, (Unpackage. Power on. Aim. Press start. It’s fool proof.) my skill as a director leaves something to be desired.

Word to the wise, before shooting video of your kid make sure you’ve combed their bed head, checked that they don’t have their shirt on backwards, and you may want to have them sit in a chair that you don’t frequently use as a stool for painting the house. You know, hypothetically speaking.

For my re-introduction into the world of home video creation, I interviewed Anders about our recent family vacation to Disney World and, you guys, he is too cute for words. Check it out:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLEqN-aBGdo[/youtube]

 

“And I got a GOOFY!” Gets me every time.

A big thanks to Sony for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

Want to capture your own family memories on video? We’re giving away two Sony Handycams! To enter for a chance to win, simply comment on any Sony-sponsored post (including this one) with an answer to the following question: what’s your favorite family memory? Contest runs through 11:59 p.m. EDT on September 30th, 2012, and you may enter once per post. Contest is open to U.S. residents only.

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