Tonight, Gi had her first taste of Jamaican style foods. Grandpa C supplied us with some fresh conch meat which I made into conch fritters. I also made some peas and rice and curry beef to accompany the conch fritters. Yummy! Jamaican food is delicious!
Hmm, who should I make come into this house with me... When I do this with my hand, I want you to sing.
Oops, you caught me by surprise, Auntie Sara.
I love to go in and out of this house.
Check out the view, Grandma.
Chilling with Grandma C
Grandma C reading with Gi in the house
Since getting her playhouse from Grandma C, she loves to go in and out of it. Every so often she will insist that one of us accompany her in the house. This time it was Grandma C's turn. Only grandparents have such patience! ;-)
Herb garden Grandma C with Gi near the butterfly garden
Mommy and daughter in front of a silk floss tree
Beautiful pink roses
Playing with Uncle Mark's bottle during lunch break
Chilling after sharing a burrito with Mommy
Chowing down on part of Mommy's burrito
End of the visit to the wetland
Gi didn't keep the sunglasses on for long.
Is that a turtle, Mommy?
Look, Mommy, wasps up on the ceiling!
Taking a snack break
Are those alligators?
For two straight days, Gi has enjoyed the wonders of Mother Nature. Auntie Sara and Uncle Mark are advid naturists. They invited us to come along to a local wetland area and a bontanical garden. Gi got to see numerous types of birds, vegetations and even alligators and turtles. Along the way, Auntie Sara took many pictures of her one and only niece.