Anyway, we went to Tokyo last week. We had so much fun there. My parents really got to know Aisa. When we visited them in December, she was barely walking and was more like a baby. But now, she is an independent little girl with strong will. She is always running everywhere and getting into everything. They were so surprised to see how active and energetic she was. This is Yuki and Aisa playing Sumo with Jiji. It was so nice to have "live-in nannies" so that I can take a break.
We went to Tsukiji fish market for some breakfast-one of my favorite things to do in Tokyo. There is no better way to start a day than to have some fresh sushi for breakfast. So divine :)
We wento Disneyland. It was better than the last time. Yuki actually enjoyed the rides this time. He tried his first roller coaster. At age 2, he has gone on big water slides at Seven Peaks, so I thought kiddie roller coaster wouldn't scare him. But I think it frightend him a lot. He screamed at first, but later on I think he was too scared to scream. He much prefered bumper cars and train rides. Maybe in a few years, he'll like those scary rides more...
Jordan and I also got to go to the temple. We actually couldn't do the endowment (the time posted on the website was wrong!), but we got to do other thing. Since we don't have a temple on our island, it was such a blessing/luxury to be able to attend the temple.