In the old days, every photo we took was on a roll of film that we got developed. Prints typically came with a flimsy but free album that you could put them in. Second copies were often included so you could give them out to friends and family.
These days you can take a lot more photos without worrying about the expense and inconvenience of getting film developed, but as a result, most people rarely even print their photos any more, myself included.
On Mom365 I'm talking about how you can easily get into the habit of making prints and creating beautiful photo albums.