The competition - now in its third year - will see one youngster scoop an amazing array of prizes, including £1000.
Today we are launching our search for the cutest child who will crowned Glasgow's top tot.
Last year, we received more than 32,000 votes and you helped choose little Aaron Kawani as out winner from 600 entries.
Aaron, now two-years-old, won a cash prize, a trip to London and tickets to see the Lion King.
He was joined on the winners' rostrum by, Kaiden McAulay, in second place, and Kaydis Finnigan, who took third place.
Today, Aaron's proud mum Gemma Clark, who is now expecting her second child, told how Aaron is looking forward to having a little brother or sister.
She said: "Since winning the Times' Tot competition, Aaron has been doing great, he's now walking and talking.
"And he's really excited about the baby, he is constantly rubbing my tummy and saying 'baby'. He can't wait.
"Aaron's also really good at getting his picture taken.
"He is quite the little poser."
Gemma, 25, who lives in Queen's Park, said: "We still can't believe it. I would encourage anyone who is thinking about entering the competition to do it.
"Our second child is due in February, so we might even enter the baby next year."
After his son's victory, dad Sam Kawani, said: "I'm so proud. I just can't stop smiling."
Now you have the chance to add your child to our roll of Glasgow's cutest kids.
For a third year, the Evening Times is teaming up with the St Enoch Centre to find our winner. Babies and children up to the age of four can have their pictures taken - for free - at the city mall by Evening Times photographers.
Our snappers will be at the shopping centre from Monday October 7, between 9am and 5pm throughout the week until they have taken photographs of 600 children.
The pictures will then be published in the the Evening Times next month. All the photographs will be available ~ to buy.
Readers can then vote for their favourite by telephone, text or by filling in a form which will appear in the paper, and which counts as a double vote.
The winner will receive a £1000 cheque, a £400 gift voucher to spend at Smyths Toys Superstore, and a VIP meet and greet lunch with Santa at Hamelys.
They will also win a Times' Tot trophy and certificate, and a framed winning photograph.
The runner-up will receive a £200 St Enoch gift card, certificate, a framed print and a photography session with an Evening Times photographer.
Third prize is a £100 St Enoch's card, plus a framed print and certificate.
The overall winner will be invited to a presentation ceremony at the St Enoch Centre to receive their prizes.