Instagram is the place to go for inspiration, communication with like-minded individuals and general, all-around photo fun. No one understands that better than Danielle Bevens, a self-proclaimed "Instagram Mom" who has mastered the art of letter boarding, raising two kids and documenting it all in a very creative way on the popular social media outlet.
Be sure to check out our exclusive interview with Bevens where we asked the popular mom about everything from her children's feelings on their Insta-fame to finding inspiration for her posts. Among other topics, we also discussed how building and maintaining a popular social media account affects her relationship with her significant other, Jeremy.
Bevens told us that she never set out to become a huge Instagram account. She just started posting and noticed that some of her posts were getting shared by popular, big accounts. From those shares, she began to see more and more followers and calls the whole experience "an incredible blessing."
We were curious to know if Bevens had the support of her partner in sharing moments of their family life on a public platform.
"Absolutely, Jeremy is truly my biggest supporter when it comes to my Instagram and my goals surrounding it," Bevens told us. "He’s become quite the photographer through this whole experience so that has been a great bonding opportunity for us! I’m really thankful to have him."
Jeremy isn't the only one who is supportive as the couple's two young boys love to make appearances as well, judging by the smiles on their faces in her posted photos. But when we asked if her sons were aware of their Insta-fame, she said they neither of them were.
"My oldest loves being in photos and understands that mom takes pictures and letter boards but I don’t think he knows much more than that," Bevens said during our interview. "At the end of the day, this space will be an awesome way for them to look into their childhood from my eyes."
So sweet! We had a great time chatting with this Insta-busy mama. Don't forget to drop by Danielle's Instagram and get some humorous inspiration from her creative letter boards for yourself!
Do you preserve your brood's childhood via Instagram or some other form of social media? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments!