You’ve seen your baby’s first steps. Why not remember them forever?
Just as you were ready to watch your bouncing baby boy as he was about to take his first steps, you take out your camera. You want to remember this moment for forever, so you snap quite a few photos as your teetering toddler squishes their feet into the beige carpet of your living room. Their squishy fingers are palming the burgundy of your first home, and as they smile those few teeth at you as they waddle, you know that this is something that you’ll never want to forget.
They move forward, sinking their feet into the carpet as they go, and as they bravely let go of the wall, they’re standing on their own for the first time ever. They’re wavering back and forth with eyes round and wide, peering at you as you wave them toward you gently with a limp wrist. They take their first step as your spouse behind you shouts in excitement, but you hold your hand up so not to frighten your bundle of joy.
The child keeps moving. More and more photos are taken by you, and you’re so happy you could cry. This is a precious moment that you never want to forget. Why not have it given to you as a gift?
Your anniversary is coming up, and your spouse knows just what to do. While you’re sleeping tight in bed beneath the sheets, they take your camera so that you don’t know. They download the precious images to a computer and quickly upload them to submit to submit to photo to text. But then, they stop to ponder what to write about. What words would they want etched on this photo? What could ever express just how precious and beautiful this moment was for both of you? How can they say “I love you” in so many more words than that?
Then it hits them. They start typing furiously, expressing every single word that’s coming from inside. They want to express every little thing that they want that little baby boy to know later on in life. How much their parents love them. How amazing this moment was for everyone. How precious they are to the world. They want to make sure that this baby boy never questions how much his parents love him, so your spouse just keeps writing and writing until they feel like they can’t write anymore, all the while you’re snoozing away.
Finally, they upload the image to the website and order the canvas. Within days, it’s Valentine’s Day, and as you wake up from your sleep and stretch, you’re surprised to find a large gift wrapped meticulously on the end of your bed. The wrapping is a neon pink color with a gorgeous, glittery red bow wrapped tightly around it. You don’t think to open it until your spouse, wiping sleep from their eyes, urges you to. They tell you “Happy Valentine’s Day”, and as you unwrap it, you realize that it’s the most precious and romantic thing you could’ve received.
There, printed on the canvas is your baby boy taking his first steps, and all the advice you could’ve ever dreamed to give him is printed on your photo-to-text, so you’ll never have to worry about your baby boy not knowing how loved he is in this world, but he’ll also never have to question the love of his own parents. You see, he is one of the most tangible things from their love, and that alone is a beautiful thing.
You’re ecstatic, and as you give a loving kiss to your spouse, you think about how wonderful this is. Luckily for your spouse, it was convenient, too! They purchased the canvas easily, choosing from any one of three size options that best suited your home, so you could hang it up in the hallway, the living room, or even a child’s bedroom. If your spouse isn’t handy though, don’t worry. The print arrived simply so you can hang them up on the wall right away with no need for nails, hammers, or screws. In fact, the most effort they had to put into this easy gift was wrapping it! It’s that simple.
Why not boast about your beloved Valentine on social media? Post about your new gift on social media easily so that all of your friends and family will be in awe of how lucky you are. They might even ask when you got it, to which you can say, “my spouse got it from photo to text, of course.”
So you take your image into the hallway and in moments, it’s on the wall. As your son grows up, through his adolescent years and into young adulthood, he’ll always be able to look back at that moment when he first started walking and read all the advice his parents give him, like how to be a good person or how to treat others. He’ll think to himself, “I’m glad my parents got this photo to text to be able to remember things from being a baby.”
Who knows? He might just go out and get a photo to text for his Valentine someday, too!