Rebeca López Noval: “Our house is usually the best place to find our children in their natural element; that’s where most of the magic happens”

 

What we, as parents, like to photograph most are the “real moments”- those that cause our children to do something special, unique, or even a “first” something- instants that we try and immortalize with a camera just so we don’t forget to keep them fresh in our memory.

Rebeca López Noval happens to be a specialist in capturing the essence of such instances. Waiting patiently to shoot when the atmosphere is just about right when the children are relaxed and comfortable. She’s going to be guiding us today, giving us invaluable tips that will translate your photos into the precious memories that will be part of your history with StepsLife. Continue reading “Rebeca López Noval: “Our house is usually the best place to find our children in their natural element; that’s where most of the magic happens””

StepsLife is 1 year old today!

Today is a very special day for all of us: our StepsLife has turned 1!

During these 12 months, we have lived great moments and we have grown together. And all of this has only been possible thanks to you. StepsLife was born out of a dream: to enable all children to remember and relive the best moments of their childhood. Our greatest desire is to keep alive the story of your pregnancy, the first months of your baby, his/her first steps, adventures, school parties, and so on… And keep all those adventures in a safe place, with only limited access available to the people you want to share it with, and where everything is classified and ordered by dates. It’s time to put an end to creating folders and ordering all the memories of our children ever so often. Continue reading “StepsLife is 1 year old today!”

Encouraging kids to talk about their day in a way that actually gets them to talk

As your kids get older, a lot of the big moments will happen while you’re not together – at school, playing sports, with friends. While many kids can be reluctant to discuss their day, if you can chat with them you’ll be able to remember the big moments that come, even if they don’t, and share those memories later. Continue reading “Encouraging kids to talk about their day in a way that actually gets them to talk”