Was I the only one who cried by the end of that? FYI, the song playing was Ingrid Michaelson's "Sort Of". I thought it was an interesting idea, opening a separate Google account to serve as a kind of time capsule for you child. It's definitely convenient, pretty all inclusive and quite modern. As cool as I thought it was, though, I couldn't help to feel a little sad. I tend to be a little old fashioned but isn't there a sort of beauty in a handwritten note or drawing, or actually holding a photograph you took? As much as I love the mufti-faceted convenience of technology I can't help but see it as, in some aspects, a slow wearing away of our culture.
Anyways, it was just a thought I had. It is really a cool concept.
In case you're looking for a more traditional approach, however, here are some great tutorials I found.
Create your own story book! (by Disney at Ruffles and Stuff) Her Photoshop tutorial can be found here.
Make your own video (Ok, I know that's computer related, but this is so cool!)
That's all I have so far. Do you have any creative ways for documenting special things for your kids (or just in general)?