Research reveals Irish people take more photos of their dogs than their babies
As parents, most of our mobile phone storage often gets taken up taking cute photos. We just don't want to miss a moment.
I don't know how many time I've had to upload the photos from my phone onto my computer because my phone can no longer store them all and still function as a phone.
Even though I would have assumed that when it came down to it the subject of most of our photos would be our children recent research shows that that is not the case.
According to new research carried out by Huawei Ireland has revealed that Irish people are obsessed with their furry friends.
In fact on average Irish people take 1,825 photos a year of their dog and prefer to take pictures of their dogs over others, including their children, significant other and landscapes.
Cute dogs also score higher than babies, pets, festival and influencers on social media.
I don't have a dog myself so I can't say whether or not that I would take more pictures of my pet than my child but I did find the results surprising.
What do you think of the results? Do you take more photos of your pets than your child?