This week, Trevor had a Cub Scout assignment to make a family scrapbook. We dumped out my big container of printed-but-never-scrapped pictures and he dug through them to pick a bunch for his scrapbook. (I'll show you his completed scrapbook soon.) While Trevor was focused on looking for pictures from his favorite vacation spots, I did some digging of my own. I set aside a picture of Trevor at age 2, squatting beside our popcorn popper with a quizzical look on his face. It was from our very first Family Movie Night, which was also the first time Trevor had tasted popcorn or seen it being made.
As I've mentioned before, I am a HUGE fan of Young-Me-Now-Me layouts. I absolutely love combining an older picture with a recent picture of the same person doing the same thing. So when our next Family Movie Night rolled around, I took a picture of Trevor, exactly 4 years later, next to the hot air popper. He tried squatting and staring at the machine curiously just like in his 2-year old picture, but he kept cracking up and falling over. So I settled for a picture of him just smiling.
The day I picked up the newer print, Heather Landry posted a sketch that I knew would be perfect for my page. Here's my layout: