From today Evening Times photographers will be stationed at the St Enoch's Centre ready to capture the winning smiles of your youngsters.
With lights in place babies and children up to the age of four can have their pictures taken - for free - at the city shopping centre.
Between 9am and 5pm throughout the week, until 600 photographs have been taken, our photographers will be in place.
All the pictures will be published in the Evening Times next month, ready for you to vote for your favourite.
And, of course, all the images will be available to buy.
The winnner will be following in the footsteps of last year's Times Tot Aaron Kawani.
The youngster, who is now two, enjoyed a trip to London as part of his prize
His proud mum Gemma Clark, who is now expecting her second child, said: "I would encourage anyone who is thinking about entering the competition to do it."
For a third year, the Evening Times is teaming up with the St Enoch Centre to find our winner.
Last year we received more than 32,000 votes.
The winner will receive £1000, a £400 gift voucher to spend at Smyths Toys Superstore, plus a VIP meet and greet lunch with Santa at Hamleys (including their family).
They will also receive a Times Tot winning trophy and certificate, and a framed winning photograph.
Second place will receive £200 in St Enoch's vouchers and a framed print and certificate.
Third place will receive £100 in St Enoch's vouchers plus a framed print and certificate.
The overall winner will be invited to a presentation ceremony at the St Enoch's Centre to receive their prizes.
Readers will be able to vote for their favourite by telephone, text or by filling in a form which will appear in the newspaper, and which counts as a double vote.