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10 Video Memories of Your Kids You Don't Want to Miss

By daniellesmith |

One … two … three … GO!

At this stage our kids are so trained, they often hold their breath during big moments as we scramble for our digital cameras and video. We are certain we can’t live without that first ‘roll over’, those first steps, first words, first recital and first day of school, but it is truly the unscripted moments, the ones we catch just because we were paying attention, that will be the ones we treasure most.

I’m talking about the moments you call the in-laws about, the ones you post on Facebook (describing in WORDS that magical moment) because THIS is how you want to remember your children. These are moments you’ll want on video.

Wondering what you don’t want to miss? Looking for Oscar-worthy family moments to grab? Here are my favorites, along with some stellar suggestions from friends.

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10 Best Video Memories Of Your Kids

Tickle Your Small People

You will want to remember the sound of your child's belly laugh. Tickle them and capture that memory forever.
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Read more from Danielle on Strollerderby and her personal sites ExtraordinaryMommy and DanielleSmithMedia.

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A decorated public speaker and a masterful listener, Danielle Smith can engage and entertain both online and live audiences alike. She is the founder of Extraordinary Mommy, the author of Mom, Incorporated: A Guide to Business + Baby , and a lover of all things video. Read bio and latest posts → Read daniellesmith's latest posts →

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