No sooner did I wake up but there was Grandma. We had lots of fun.
Life is bliss.
After I had brunch with Mom, I got just a little tuckered out, so time for another nap. I had this strange dream that I was disco dancing, and I don't even know what that is, even though I kept trying to snap my fingers.
Everyone else wanted to go to Salt Lake City's farmers market. I wasn't sure I wanted to go along.
Turns out it was lots of fun, with music, food, and tons of people. And it was nice having the whole family there. As the following picture shows, it was really all about me.
I guess the excitement wore me out just a bit, so over lunch (theirs, not mine) I sort of drowsed off.
That night was Ye-Ye's birthday. We went out for ribs. Not sure what ribs are, but this picture shows two big platters of them. Again, even though it was Ye-Ye's special day, I just couldn't keep my eyes open.
After dinner we all went for a walk. As you can see, I am ready to go.
Here we are on the walk.
I, of course, am leading the way, with Dad and Mom (Mom's kind of hidden behind Dad). Then it's Grandpa, Grandma, and Po-Po. Ye-Ye was taking the picture.
After the walk and something more to eat, it was time for my bath. This is a three-person job--Mom, Dad, and me, of course.
Who says baths can't be fun? I didn't cry once.
At one point it seemed like Mom and Dad were trying to anoint me or something.
Turns out they were just getting me ready for my shampoo.
Afterward, Dad dried me off and got me ready for bed.
What a great day.