Capturing Those Special Moments


I have a confession – I have an obsession with taking photographs. There I said it, don’t judge me. I have always been really into photography, it was a subject I wanted to take when I was in school, and it has just been something that always interested me. Since becoming a mama, I have become a bit more obsessive when it comes to taking pictures. I want to capture every moment I possibly can – they grow up so fast, and I want to be able to remember it, look back on it and relive the moment.

Our home is actually lacking photographs on the wall. I started to print some out for our lounge, but that was as far as it got. I have hundreds and thousands of pictures stored on my laptop, I just haven’t done anything about it yet. It has been a job on my to do list for quite some time, and I knew it was about time to get it ticked off the list.

The main thing I wanted was a photo canvas print for our bedroom. We have this big empty space above our bed, and I would love to fill it with a gorgeous print of us as a family. I also want to get some pictures of Emily printed off to fill up her photo album. I have never been one to order prints online, I simply used to head to my nearest Jessops or boots and print them off. Which is a little bit of a faff, as it requires sometime to actually do this.


I then stumbled upon Truprint – and I’m in love with the process. You simply upload your pictures to the website, and use them to create anything from standard prints, to mugs, calendars, and photobooks. The best bit about it is you can do it in your pyjamas and no one will ever know!


I have really enjoyed browsing the website – they have such a great range of products to choose from. I have even got some ideas for the perfect Christmas presents. They really do have something for everyone. So take my advice, grab a cuppa, sit down and scroll through all of those images and get some printed. After all it is always nice to have a photo album to flick through. Flicking through pictures on a computer doesn’t really have the same desired effect. 

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