Good topic. I have photos of my great great grandparents. We have boxes and boxes of slides (but the projector is tweaked and won't advance the slides). Reels and reels of 8mm film (but the projector motor is broken). Boxes and boxes of photos. We love to dig them out on long winter evenings and tell the kids stories about who the people are, what they were doing, etc. The walls in our house are almost completely covered with paintings, photos and drawings of or by family members.
We don't shoot a lot of film because we're missing the lens from the enlarger and we're too lazy to buy one because then we'd have no excuse to not print our B&W at home. We do print a fair amount of what we shoot though. Not too much of the landscapes and scenery around here but mostly family shots. Pretty much what we think our as yet to be grandkids would like to see. Some go in albums - some go in frames - some go on the fridge.
Used to discuss this topic with a guy at work because my cube wall was plastered with photos we took. He was a computer geek and seeking a "self-contained electronic photo display" that would keep all his photos forever, let him do facial recog and tagging AND work for "a hundred years". He's still looking and I'm still printing.
Thanks for the reminder, yel0wsn0. And good job on the effort you're putting in. It's really cool to see someone do something good just for the heck of it.