I have a great grandson, Avery, who started scrapping with me when he was in second grade. He's a caring child who is now 11, going on 20. He loves his cousins and made an album for Gabby on her fourth birthday. He had helped me make paper bag albums and when he found the little brown bags that fold into 3x3 pages, he knew immediately that is what he wanted to use. I showed him the pictures I had of her and he picked out the ones he wanted. He titled the album "I didn't know she was a cowgirl" and used a western theme throughout. He did this on his own, asking few questions and working steadily. When he was done, he said "you know, grandma, I'm a wrestler now, and I may be getting too old to do this." I sure hope he remembers the good times we've had, and one of these days, he'll come back and scrap with grandma again.