I want to document the ongoing progression of his art in a way that's easy to look back on it. I have two great ideas!
#1 - Art Journal. What a great way to have a single source of his drawings in a way that is easily stored, reviewed and preserved! It will be so fun to turn the pages and see his art evolve and take shape into pictures of his life, experiences and thoughts.
#2 - Photo Book - I'll take pictures of his arts and crafts through out the year and then put them in a photo book. It's a great way to preserve but not keep all of his work. My favorite place to make books is Shutterfly. They have the best templates, are super user friendly and have great quality. Use this Shutterfly link to get your free Photo Book. If you go there directly, the promo code is: UR48-4V38-GZB3-4Z1A7. The offer expires 11/30/09, so get over there soon. It's FREE - think Christmas gift, birthday gift or keep it! You could make a timeline book - say highlights of 2008 or 2009. You can also make a theme book - say the last 6 years of family Thanksgivings (easter, summer vacations, birthdays, crafts, nature activities - whatever!)
Have any other ideas? What are you doing to keep your child(ren)'s art?