Friday, September 24, 2010

I've been showing her the ropes . . .

 So, I think you all know by now, that "I do all my own stunts", or at least that's what my shirt says. Here's a little video of me, displaying some of my new tricks . . .

Okay, enough about me - I told you I'd post some more pics of the newbie -


I'm think she's pretty cool, as far as little sister's go. :)

 The big difference is, I just don't get as much shut-eye as I used to, what with all the diaper changing and feeding all the time.

In other news - we just went to the NICU reunion to see my old friends from the hospital - no not the horse, silly, the doctor's and nurses and babies I hung with for 80 days after I was born.

Remember my first girlfriend, Emily! Or "Em" as we used to call her. Well, she's still a cutie pie.  But I got no love from her. I did get a hug from Sophie though - I think she liked how I played hard to get. 

I also got to ride in a real firetruck!!  SO FUN!

 But I spent most of the day in the jump house!

It was good to see everyone and show off my Little Sister, since I'm the BIG one now. Reminded me just how amazing it is to be here and be healthy.


Bruce Fox said...

Oh Trevor, PAPA loves you so much. You are the greatest kid...a miracle actually. I hope I can adequately show you the reality of our God whose name is Jesus---the One Who made you in your Mama's tummy, and made sure you got into this world for some purpose only He knows. All I know, is that I love you more than words can say...and your Mom and Pop as well.

Nonnie said...

Your Papa is so right! No matter how much Mommies and Daddys love their kids, when those grands come along it's just a whole different kind of love. It must be part of that miracle he's talking about.

Little Laurel is a cutie pie, isn't she? I have an idea that when she quits keeping you awake at night the two of you are going to have big fun together. When my little granddaughter was born her big brother called her "pinkie toes". Do you have a funny name for Laurel?

Pretty soon it's going to be Thanksgiving. Every last one of us has much to be thankful for, I know. You and your family have lots, too. When you see the Vonnie-Nonnie give her a hug from me, okay?