T. J. and I agreed on pretty much all of the photos we chose. We decided we needed a portrait of the little girl, which is the cover. We needed a scene setter, which is the image at the pageant where they’re putting boots on her. Details are nice, such as them painting her nails before heading out, and all of her clothing and blankets on the ground in the pageant hall. We also thought it would be necessary to show an image of her on stage, to emphasize that it was a competition, as well as add an image of the judges looking incredibly serious about a toddler pageant. We also thought it would be nice to have a conclusion picture that wrapped up the story nicely. The image of the father and daughter resting at the end seemed like a good choice to show that they were tired and done for the day.