Tori, you may not be pro's, but you did a lot nicer job than many of the pro's I have seen. You should be very proud of yourselves for what you have done!
Heck, I'm proud of you for what you have done!
What I would do around the door is to figure out where the edge of the door trim would come to on the siding, draw a straight line and then run the circular saw down the siding to cut it back. Then install the door trim, and caulk the edge. Just remember to set the saw blade to the depth of the thickest part of the siding so your not cutting into insulation and such.
Now, if your stud layout inside the wall isn't done so that your siding is still securly fastened, you may need to do something a bit different. Maybe just cut the siding back 3/4" or so and use a much smaller trim around the door. I think I recall from your framing pics that you had a single 2"x4" on each side of the door instead of a double. This would still give you 3/4" for the siding to be nailed to, and 3/4" for the door trim to be nailed to.
Either way, you will be able to trim out the door, and it will look great!
Let me know if you have other questions. I was a pro for years before I beat my body up too bad to continue. I will be happy to walk you through anything construction wise, or so would many others here with experience.
Take care, and have a great day!
Thank you ! It's always nice to have a pro around to ask questions! Woo hoo! And thank you... carpentry is a hobby of mine... no formal training, so I make it up as I go, but hubby insisted on doing the framing right. I do only have one 2x4 on the side of the door... we forgot to go back and put another one in there. But I think I can manage, with the instruction you gave. I probably won't be able to finish it until Spring, though... too freakin' cold to be out there dinking with it now.