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Fundie finance is always boggling! Why don't the laws of the universe apply why does their money seem to be unlimited at times 

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I get family photos taken every year. It's like $200 but it means I have at least one set of photos of all of us every year. Taking pictures of the kids is easy, but pictures of then all together or with my husband and I in them is harder. I love the memories associated with the photos as well. 

My husband and I agreed to the once a year shoot when we got married, he knew it was important to me. 

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1 hour ago, CanadianMamam said:

I get family photos taken every year. It's like $200 but it means I have at least one set of photos of all of us every year. Taking pictures of the kids is easy, but pictures of then all together or with my husband and I in them is harder. I love the memories associated with the photos as well. 

My husband and I agreed to the once a year shoot when we got married, he knew it was important to me. 

So how many do you buy? I know a young family who has professional photos twice a year. Which boggles my mind. We are in the process of scanning/digitalizing all of our older photos. Dealing with physical photographs is so hard…can’t save everything. We are in our 60s and trying to get our affairs in order, so others won’t have to make the hard decisions later-

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9 minutes ago, SassyPants said:

So how many do you buy? I know a young family who has professional photos twice a year. Which boggles my mind. We are in the process of scanning/digitalizing all of our older photos. Dealing with physical photographs is so hard…can’t save everything. We are in our 60s and trying to get our affairs in order, so others won’t have to make the hard decisions later-

When I get photos done, it's all digital. They give us digital copies of the finished/edited photos and then we can print what we choose. I have some photo books and several framed photos, but the rest are.digital, including a digital frame. I love having instant access to the photos when I want to share them (like birthday posts).

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5 hours ago, SassyPants said:

We are in our 60s and trying to get our affairs in order, so others won’t have to make the hard decisions later-

You probably have at least a decade or two of photo-worthy adventures ahead of you, unless there's a chronic illness involved.

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