Stories preserve our memories and I want to preserve the story of my son’s birthday this year for when he’s all grown up.
Most of the time my husband and I are feeling like pretty mediocre parents and we’re probably right. But then once in awhile our kids will do something extraordinary that makes us hope they’ll at least turn out all right in spite of us.
Here is one of those somethings: This year our son announced he wanted a “green” birthday party. (Jaws drop here)
Now, I can’t really say if it ended up being particularly green, but just that he knew the word, and its general implications, and that he was into it enough to want it for his birthday was more than enough for us at the moment.
Anyway, I’m just going to stop right now and give up any claim that this party was actually green. I mean are pigs in a blanket green? Of course having said that, now that I think about it, I do hear most every part is recycled in those little doggies.
Nonetheless, his party was a great opportunity to test drive the Disney Story app, since, certifiably green or not, this was a special occasion.
Check it out, it’s bilingual:
So how did you like my short story?
I used the new Disney Story app to do it. Disney story is a storytelling platform for quickly and intuitively turning your personal moments into stories. Disney Story uses time and location information to help you weave your photos and videos into your personal stories. Just add context with text and captions and pick the design theme that fits your story best. It comes with built in features for sharing stories quickly through Facebook and email. Just a few taps and you are ready to publish.
Here’s the best part:
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