I have a new obsession called Instagram! Have you heard of it? If you have, we should be friends and follow each other! My username is “jroubinek.” If you have not heard of it, it’s a FREE app on your phone and I think you should check it out immediately. The filters you can use to change your pictures up are really fun!
Once you take the picture, and find a fun filter you like, you can post it to your facebook feed or twitter feed to share with all of your friends. I usually just post to twitter because honestly, I don’t really like the way that it shows up in the Facebook feed. Hopefully they will fix that soon.
Now, I know not everyone wants to use their phone all of the time to look at peple’s pictures, so I’m glad there are a few places to use Instagram on the computer. Inkstagram and Instagreat are two options to use once you set your account up with Instagram.
I love taking pictures on the go with my iphone and I’m so glad there is a fun way to share them with everyone.
Today, I’m linking up to InstaFriday at Life Rearranged to show some of my Instagram pictures.
Big sister got a new outfit last weekend and was so excited to wear it to school on Monday. I thought she looked so cute!
I love watching the boys play together. Peek-a-Boo barn is a popular favorite among the two of them.
My lunch one day this week was an acorn squash. Yep, I was hungry about an hour later.
One of the two dinners I cooked this week was Cabbage Stoup. It’s a Rachael Ray recipe found on Food Network. You can find the recipe here. The picture might make it look kind of gross, but y’all, it’s sooooo good!
We met up with some of our friends on Tuesday to attend a free Kindermusik class. It was lots of fun and the boys LOVED it!
One of my favorite Instagram pictures from the week is Riverson. He loves to play in the drawers in my bathroom and while I was blow drying my hair, he got his hands on my makeup. Uh oh!
And last but certainly not least, this picture is my absolute favorite from the week! Langston told me he wanted to “help Riverson yogurt.” As I saw what he was doing, I certainly obliged and enjoyed what I was seeing to the fullest.
There’s always a photographic moment with these little ones!