September 29, 2012

Mom-tographer Overboard

It finally happened. I ran out of space on my iPhone. After 4100 photos and 45 videos. Of someone who hasn’t been around more than 90 days. That’s 46 photos per day from my phone. And I cannot bring myself to delete a single one. Not even of the near duplicates.


My camera roll

Actually, that example from my camera roll isn’t so bad. It’s only a couple near duplicates. Let me scroll a little further back.

At least there (mostly) all different facial expressions? Let’s scroll a little more.

I cannot choose between them. They are subtle differences between them and I cannot choose.

So what’s a Momtographer to do? Delete apps and music off my phone to make more room. Please tell me this is perfectly normal behavior.

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