I have an envelope in my photo organizer labeled "I love to read." Any time I get an especially cute picture of Trevor reading, I put it in the envelope. Every once in a while, I pull some of the pictures out and scrapbook them. Here's my latest layout, featuring four pictures from summer.
I didn't end up putting any journaling on the layout. There are so many directions I could have taken this. I could have journaled about the fact that Trevor is a strong enough reader that he's into chapter books, but still young enough that he loves picture books. I could have mentioned that he's often so anxious to read a new library book that he can't wait until we get home to start reading, first sprawling out on the library floor and then reading in the car when I finally drag him out of the library. I could have written about reading as a family affair, as we now have a regular 'Family Reading Time' most evenings. In the end, I decided to just scrap the pictures and not pick between the various stories.
I've always struggled with how to scrapbook Trevor developing as a reader. When Trevor was two, I wanted to make a page about the fact that he knew all his letter sounds and dozens of sight words, but I wasn't really sure what picture(s) to use or how exactly to tell the story. I ended up doing another page without journaling.
By 3.5, Trevor could read picture books independently, yet I never made a page marking that milestone. Fortunately, I wrote all the details and dates down in my journal. Maybe someday I'll do a page that includes that information.
Here is the only other page I've done about reading. These pictures are of Trevor from 8 months to about 20 months.
Have you scrapped about reading? Leave a link in the comments - I'd love to see any layouts you've made!