We went to Uncle Tom's house to celebrate Nana, Babba, and Milly's birthdays.
After dinner, I helped open Milly's present from Nana and Babba.
I helped open Nana's present. Mama and Daddy got her some pretty clothes.
Milly got some pretty clothes from Mama and Daddy, too.
I had some technical difficulties with the ribbon from one of Milly's presents.
Babba got clothes, too!
He liked the card Milly gave him.
I helped Nana open the present that Mama, Daddy, and Milly gave Nana and Babba. They got a toy boat and a gift card for a cruise!
I got a bottle of water. It was fun to play with until Daddy took it away when I spilled it.
Everybody had lots of fun. Thanks, Uh-uh (Uncle) Tom!
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Wednesday morning, we went to the beach again.
It was really windy, and the waves were really big.
After playing at the beach for a while, we went to the pool. All this playing makes a little boy thirsty. Katie shared her water with me.
Lunch was really good. Mama even helped cook it!
I found someone's camera and played with it for a while. I still like getting my picture taken, though. Cheese!
Thursday was more of the same. Beach, pool, lunch, nap, pool, dinner, and bed. Mama and Daddy stayed up late making brownies and rice krispy treats, but I didn't get any.
Friday afternoon, we were going to go to the beach, but nasty clouds came in, so we stayed inside and played games. Mama and Daddy played cards, and I tried to help. They were playing with "chips," but they didn't taste very good.
I also watched the bunny that came back. Daddy didn't let me go outside to pet it, though.
After supper, we went back to the beach to take pictures. I wasn't too happy with it, until Mema brought out the candy.
After that, I was in a much better mood.
Mama made Daddy take a picture of her kissing me...
So I smushed her face. Hee hee!
Bye, bye, beach!
Here's the family! Me, Mama, Mimi, Baba, Papa, Mema, and Daddy.
Saturday, it was time to go home. I read some,
played with Katie's hat some,
and slept some.
We saw an old train. I don't think it's gone anywhere in a while.
It was a long trip, but we were finally back in Arkansas.
A long, tiring trip.