Trevor and I have been looking through his scrapbooks a lot recently. He wasn't all that interested in them until a few months ago and now he is constantly asking to look at them and read the stories about his early life. I love that.
After looking through the scrapbooks with Trevor earlier, I went back through my blog entries and realized that I've never shown some of my all-time favorite layouts here on the blog. Time to change that!
This might be my all-time, #1, very favorite layout. It's from 2008. I love the simplicity, I love the colors, and I love the picture of Trevor with his little bare feet. It's so fun reading the adjectives that I used to describe him back then: intelligent, happy, trustworthy, funny, cooperative, organized, helpful, careful, athletic, curious and affectionate. He hasn't changed a bit!
Here's another 2008 layout that I haven't shared on the blog before. If the previous one is my all-time favorite, this is #2. The layout is very plain and the design is very simple, but I absolutely love rereading the stories I told on this page. And, I used all scraps to make it!
Inspired by Hillary Heidelberg's "Big Brother."
Here's one more page from 2008. These three layouts might have been the only one-picture pages I did all year! It was very rare for me to scrap a single photo back then... and it still is. But how could I not scrap this gorgeous picture?
Inspired by Vicki Boutin's "Hello Peaches."
Tomorrow I'll share a few more of my older favorites that haven't appeared on the blog before.