The boys ran into the recovery room and announced that his name was Trey Vinson. They thought that I didn't know what his name was yet : )
Our first big outing was to church. I was feeling great and ready for some fresh air. Trey slept the whole time.
This first month of Trey’s life has been a much easier transition than I ever expected it to be. He is such a good baby- eats well, sleeps great at night, and rarely ever cries! He loves to snuggle with anyone who wants to hold him, and he doesn’t mind the constant noise and activity that his two big brothers create for him. Speaking of those two guys, Will & Levi have been incredible big brothers. Will has become the little expert at burping Trey, and Levi loves to help me change diapers. In fact, Levi woke up a few nights ago around 3am just to help me change a diaper. Once he was done, he went back to his bed to sleep. It was precious! They have stepped up as little men of the house and surprised me on every level. I feel bad that I can’t spend as much time with them as I used to, but they have been so flexible about it all. What a true blessing!
In his short life, Trey has already experienced a lot! We took him to the West Texas Fair and Rodeo when he was two weeks old. He slept through most of it, but I’m sure he loved it! Then at three weeks old, he traveled to the metroplex. We stayed with my parents and introduced Trey to my oldest brother and family, the Burton Bunch, and my home-church family. He was a great traveler, which is a must with our busy little family! Most days though have been pretty relaxed and peaceful at home.
I can’t believe one month has already passed since he was born. We are all in love with Trey-man, Treyburn, T-man. He is the perfect addition to our family.