Convert your videos to multiple media types so that it's more likely they'll survive for years to come. The more analog, the better. Focus on the audio part first. Video to Super8 or 16mm movie film (might be cost prohibitive) Audio track to mp3 (better yet, record simultaneously using a separate device) Audio track to cassette tape Audio track to vinyl record Printed photograph of you recording the videos Speech-to-text and print on paper. Do this if nothing else. Content advice: Family history Stories from your childhood and life to this point. Include mistakes and regrets. Stories about her from infancy to present Financial, legal, friendship, and relationship advice. Start with optimism but include tough truths about how the world really is, to be viewed or read in high school or college. Encouragement to be your own person. Reflect on the opinions of you, her mother, teachers, pastors, supervisors, etc., but in the end do what you feel is right.