Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by the makers of ibi.
As you know, I am the proud owner of two of the cutest kids on planet earth, and I love taking their picture. That’s partially because I like sharing those pictures on Instagram so I can make fun of them, and partially because, ya know, memories! And stuff.
All this is to say that my phone is almost always chock full of photos, which makes it hard to take new ones. And makes the prospect of losing my phone downright terrifying.
Which is why I’ve partnered with ibi.
When you have kids, you tend to take a lot of pictures. When you have cute kids, you tend to take a ton of them!
Not every photo I take is something I want to share on social media. I save a lot simply for myself, my wife, and our families. But my phone is so crowded with content needed to further my slow takeover of Instagram that I often don’t have room for some of the more sensitive and intimate moments I capture and want to share with my parents and in-laws.
That’s where ibi comes in.
ibi is “the smart photo manager” that allows you to collect, organize, and privately share photos and videos with the people who matter most to you. It automatically collects your favorite photos and videos from your phone, computer, USB drives and popular cloud and social media accounts.
And perhaps best of all, it makes it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for quickly using the simple-to-use app. I can’t stand it when I’m looking for a particular photo on my phone and am forced to spend twenty minutes scrolling to find it. I’m glad someone finally made it easier!
You can grab ibi on amazon just in time for Father’s Day, or get it before May and June’s graduation season. I’ll be attending my niece’s first birthday party over Memorial Day weekend and it will definitely come in handy then.
I know her parents would rather me store my photos of their kid someplace private that they can access, as opposed to seeing her chubby face plastered all over my Instagram account! Which I’ll probably do anyway, with hilarious captions like “SOON SHE’LL BE WALKING, I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR FIRST HEART ATTACK” and “TODDLER POOP IS SO MUCH WORSE!”
This device is great because no matter how cute your kids are – and mine are literally the cutest kids in the world – nobody outside of your immediate family wants to see every single picture of them. Throw those pics on your ibi and let your parents and in-laws and siblings get their fill, and spare everyone else.
Plus, with ibi housing them, you’ll have all the space in the world for images of whatever food you are about to eat! Everybody wins! (Except your Instagram followers who are sick and tired of your taco plates. Eat a pizza for once!)