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Share and Save those Memories

Do you remember that funny story your kid told last Tuesday about the whale that was eating a popsicle? No? Did you record it? Did you write it down? It’s about time you recorded all those jokes, exaggerations and reflections on life where you, your friends and family can see.

MyMomMemories is the place to share, save and never forget those tidbits of funny, loving and shocking things that happen each day. Moms and Dads are always sharing stories about what goes on as a family but what happens when a month from now you want to share it with the grandparents. Most of the time we forget those things. We log stats in baby books, mark up door jams and hang pictures to capture moments in time but what about the things the kids day and do.

MyMomMemories was created by a father-daughter team who knew that they more time that passed the more memories they were going to forget. Facebook was working well but MyMomMemories is different because each memory shared is archived for easy retrieval later; no scrolling “older posts” over and over. In fact you can set up your MyMomMemories account to share to your Facebook account for your friends to see.

What the kids say today can be read tomorrow to continue the smiles, laughs and tears. Follow on Twitter to stay updated on

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  1. This sounds great. I often find myself thinking I had better write everything down to share with my family, but than life happens. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Yes, life does pass us by too quickly and I do tend to forget some silly things that my sweet babies do or say. This site looks great! Thanks for the introduction to it 🙂

  3. What a great idea. Question? Excuse my ignorance but are the “Latest Posts” on their site examples of posts? or would my posts appear there?

    • those are the actual latest posts from it’s members so yes as long as you mark it as pubic it would be visible .

  4. My 5 year old is constantly saying the funniest things. I would love to be able to remember everything he says. What a good resource!

  5. What a fun idea! I love it.

    Our daughter says the silliest things. Her name is Kaylee and we referred to them as “Kaylee’isms”. LOL!

    Our son often says the sweetest, yet very interesting things. We nicknamed him “Baby Buddah” when he was a toddler because of the things he said.

    Thanks for posting this.

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