Even before the doors were open at the first St Enoch Centre photo session, dozens of parents and grandparents were queuing up to get their bouncing babies and cheeky children in front of the camera.
By the end of the first day we had snapped more than 150 young hopefuls, and there were plenty more queuing for their turn.
For the rest of the week, or until we have taken 600 photographs, babies and children up to the age of four can have their photographs taken – for free – by EveningTimes' photographers at the city mall.
One of the youngest contenders hoping to scoop the £1000 top prize and title of Times Tot was little Bella Lafferty, who is just seven weeks old.
Mum, Angela, 24, from Tollcross, said: "Bella's just starting to smile and she already loves getting her picture taken."
Some mums brought along more than one tot.
Amy Carroll, 3, and her four-month-old brother, Liam, were brought along by their mum, Michelle McAleer.
Michelle, 29, from Toryglen, was first in the queue when the competiton opened at 9am yesterday.
We'll be back at the mall today until 6pm, and each day this week until we have snapped 600 tots.
Entry is free, and all the entrants will have their pictures printed in the Evening Times.
Readers will be able to vote for their favourite by phone, text or entry form in the paper, which counts as a double vote.
We'll then announce a shortlist, which readers can again vote for, before Glasgow's cutest tot is finally revealed next month.
The winner will receive a £1000 prize plus a fun flight in search of Santa, departing from Glasgow Airport on Saturday December 15.
Second prize is a £200 St Enoch gift card and a certificate, a framed print and a photography session with an Evening Times' photographer.
Third prize is a £100 St Enoch gift card, plus print and certificate.