Welcome to Jess T.’s Tech Tuesday, where all your geek are belong to us!

I take a bajillion pictures a day. I am totally “that mom” who always has her face behind a camera (or my iPhone) determined to capture EVERY MOMENT. While my husband says my hobby borders on paparazzi-status, I say I’m preserving memories! Thanks to Smilebox, I found a way to not only snap photos, but turn them into super cool, shareable works of art!

Smilebox is a program for PC or Mac that turns your pictures into greeting cards, party invitations, collages, slideshows and more – all with minimal effort and in no time at all! You can print your creations (at home or in a store), post to your Facebook or website, email them to your relatives or make videos you can upload to YouTube. There’s never been an easier way to share all those childhood moments than with Smilebox.

We spend a lot of time thinking about things that moms need, especially when they’re expecting.  Rarely do with think about the daddy-to-be, apart from how he’s going to help out the new mama and wrangle the existing wee ones. If you’re looking for an awesome way to let the doting dads of the world show their pride in the delivery room, look no further than Daddyscrubs!

I’m a Gmail lover. I have been using Gmail for years, but it wasn’t until recently that they rolled out some changes that I am particularly fond of. I wrote this post back in July titled “Say Yes to Gmail” and gave a few reasons why I love it then, but now, there are some new reasons to fall in love with the amazing e-mail service.

If you are thinking about packing up all your swim outfits, think again! For us, items like our SwimZip stay in our children’s dressers year round. Many hotels and resorts offer indoor swimming pools or outdoor heated ones. There are of course always vacations to warm climates like Florida and Hawaii that seem to never get cold. Even if it is cold outside and you are choosing to swim in an outdoor heated pool or spa, the sun rays are still out to harm you, which means it is always important to protect yourselves and your children year round.