What if your children are no longer babies and you want to go back and make them a baby album?
I would go as simple as possible. I’ve been using this approach for my printed family photos.
For a physical album, I would print all the photos I have and sort them in date order as best as I could. Start with year, and then month, if possible. Once you have it sorted, I would use pocket pages to slip in the photos.
As you work on the photos, write down special memories on journaling cards. Once you have the album finished, you can then go ahead and make specific layouts or pages with more in depth stories.
For a digital album, sort the photos in order on the computer, and then upload it to a photo book site. Some photo sites will populate the images onto a page layout.
I would make sure there was plenty of white space on each page, or keep part of the opposite page blank, and then have the book printed. Once the digital book is printed, I would write my memories and journaling in spaces available.
(This post is from my 31 days to a baby album series. For more information, head over here.)