Sponsored Post: How Can 15 First Cousins Stay Connected? #Skype

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Between my husband and I, we have 15 first cousins and its hard to keep track of them all, with all of them living in other countries – mine in South America and his in Europe – so with the help of Skype  – http://skypestaytogether.com  – our family has been able to meet the newest addition to our family.

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When I was asked to do this post, I had realized that I hadn’t touched base with my cousins in Venezuela in quiet sometime, so last night I had set up a Skype chat.

You sort of forgot that you are a few thousand miles away from each other. My three year old was in all sort of excitement when he realized that he was talking to one of his great-aunts.  While Lil B was trying to speak Spanish, I could not help but become a little bit emotional.  With life getting in the way and now two kids later, my hubby and I hadn’t had the time nor the money to visit our distant relatives, but with a free download, we are now able to “visit” our relatives with just a click of a button, anytime of the day.

How do you stay together with family and friends using Skype? Check out http://skypestaytogether.com/ and the video below to see how one other family stays connected.

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