It may be time to put down that phone camera, at least for a little while. A fascinating new New York Times article explores the way we overworked parents try to digitally capture as many moments as possible. But is that constant snapping taking us out of the very moments we are so yearning to experience? And, even more potentially alarming, when our kids look back on the thousands of photos and days of video of their lives, will the images supersede the memories? In some instances, things are meant to be experienced in the moment.