No trip to Hawaii would be complete without a trip to the beach! We went on Friday two weeks ago, and mommy and daddy are still peeling their skin off. I don't have any skin coming off though, thanks to my hat, shirt, and excessive amounts of some white stuff they rubbed into my skin. Uncle JT and his friend Aunty Lynne came to hang out with us and brought us yummy lunch.
Here's me at Ala Moana
The next day we went to the Okinawan Festival at Kapiolani Park. It was hot, but at least I got to sit in the shade in my chariot. Some of daddy's Okinawan friends from high school met up with us. Uncle Jess, who's not Okinawan (and didn't go to high school with daddy) also came. Did I mention it was hot?
Aunty Kiyomi tickling my toes and smelling my toe jams
Ohhh, shave ice so icy
That night Uncle JT's family fed us dinner. His mom brought out buckets and buckets of cars (!) from when he was a kid. I turned them out on the carpet and went through them all! Dinner was yum. The one funny thing was they kept saying this word I don't know: "Poo na ho." What's that? It doesn't sound good to me...
Rearranging Tyler's toys (JT's brother)
On our last full day in Hawaii, we went to see dolphins at the Sea Life Park by daddy's house (or as I say, "dolffff").
Kung Kung made me Mickey Mouse pancakes. Who's Mickey Mouse again?
Then on to Sea Life Park!
Feeding the turtles with daddy and Uncle JT
Good thing we bought two cups--there's lots of mouths to feed!
It was hot again and I was starting to get tired until... Dolffff!
Me riding a dolfff (not really)
I had a great time in Hawaii and California, and I can't wait to go back. I love Boston, but it's getting cold here! Hopefully we can see some more people next time. Until then... Owen
Here's Aunty Marlene showing me how to push my truck around. Wait a minute, did I forget those in Hawaii?