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Chatbooks Commercial About Getting in the Photo With Kids

Hilarious Ad Reminds Moms to Get in the Freaking Photos With Their Kids

To be honest, we didn't think we could laugh harder at an advertisement for photo books than we did last November at Chatbooks's commercial for busy moms who don't have time to scrapbook. But now, the clever company has released another ad, this time encouraging moms to get into photos with their kids, and though it's hilarious, it's still resonating with us on a deep level.

"Do you ever get nostalgic looking at old photos?" begins the video ad. "See this picture of everyone at Disneyland? I'm not in it. Dance recitals? Not here. Birthdays? Nope. My birthday? Ha, I'm not in it!" If this sounds familiar, you need to watch this hysterical video to hear Chatbooks's tips for getting into photos with your kids, one of which is simply: "Ask someone else to take the picture once in a while (just as long as it's not your floppy-fingered friend)."

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