2 years behind on my 2 year old's scapbook :-/

Ok so I am 2 years behind on the scrapbook for my son who will be 2 next week.   You do the math!!  I have all the photos (digitally of course) that I want to use.  The hardest part is choosing which pictures to print with out selecting hundreds of photos.  With the modern technology of cameras on cell phones I take so many pictures it is insane. And what happens, they just sit on the media card and don’t get printed out.  I just went through all the pictures on the camera and on my cell phone and put them on my computer and there are sooooo many.

Now I am in the process of uploading them to Walmart for printing, but I feel so overwhelmed deciding which pictures to print.  I have already uploaded over 100 pictures and I am not even through his first year.

I need a better way.  Any suggestions?  I thought about making a list of  the holidays/special occasions and picking no more then 6 pictures for each and then pick on picture for each month from his first year to go in the baby book that is already filled in.  My goal is to have this scrapbook done in one week.  I see some sleepless nights in my future.

 

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