Auntie Esther and Uncle Al joined us too. K likes grabs everything in sight especially the chopsticks.
K played with her doll from grandma as we ate. That lasted a good 5 minutes until she got bored.
Lately many people have said K looks a lot like Daddy now. What do you think? Is there a resemblance?
Thanks again Auntie Kristine! We enjoyed steamed fish, watercress soup, peking duck, XO beef and steamed tofu. I bet K can't wait until she can eat that good!
Over the weekend, we celebrated with Mommy's side of the family. Of course that meant spending time with Po Po and Gung Gung. When we got to their house, they insisted Daddy and Mommy go out while they watch K. We took them up on their offer and walked around the Marina outlets for an hour.
K is generous with her kisses to her stuffed animals, but now she gives kisses to people as well such as Po Po.
Gung Gung taught K to stick out her tongue. They both are so silly.
K continued to stick out her tongue for the rest of the night. Mommy doesn't think she loves that new trick.
K spent time with Uncle Derek and Auntie Gabby too while holding on to the red envelopes she got. She was smart not to let go of her money.
K played with Ashley too. Ashley has the same activity mat as K. Mommy sometimes misses when she could put K down on the mat and do stuff while K laid still. Times have changed.
Majority of the food you see on the table was cooked by great grandma. Quite amazing for 87 years old! She is still tough as nails and pretty active. Maybe that's where K gets it from.
On Sunday, K celebrated with Daddy's family at great grandma's house. Picture time with grandma, Auntie Tammy and Kaylyn.
Kaylyn thought it would be fun to feed K zucchini and apples for dinner.
This became a really long blog entry. It just goes to show how busy K has been in the last couple of days. She loves to play and hang out, so we hope to see you soon!