Our little guy arrived at the end of September, and I am now facing just the beginning of a new scrapbook challenge - dealing with all the pictures! Having a newborn means taking a lot of pictures! I'm starting to feel a bit overwhelmed at the idea of trying to scrap them all. How do you handle all the pictures?
To start, I've sworn to myself that I will not keep too many multiples of the same scene. For example, I don't need 20 pictures of baby-in-his-swing. I plan to narrow down favorites to just a couple of the best. But even doing that, I still have tons more pictures than I did this time last year.
In the past, I've just made one scrapbook for the year in review, and it was a reasonable size. If I include all the baby pictures, it will be significantly larger. So I'm wondering if I should make a separate book for just his pictures, saving only a couple of the bigger milestones for the yearly review. Or maybe I should just accept that the yearly review will be about 2x as big as it was before and 90% baby. LOL
Just curious as to how you work with your pictures. Do you scrap 'em all or just favorites or big events/milestones? Do you tend to have different books for different themes?