Then Mama and Micah went shopping. We went in and out of little shops. In every shop someone follows you around showing you things and enticing your child with shiny toys. I'll never complain again about the customer service people at home. I did get Micah a ball and a shape sorter thing. He needs help to do it but we work together to put all the shapes into their respective spots. It's good bonding time for the two of us.
Baba finished his paperwork and we had lunch in our room. Micah fussed through his nap time, and since we had to leave at 2:30, he just didn't get a nap. We all met in the lobby to walk to the clinic for Micah's consulate checkup. He was just fine with them taking his temperature, height and weight, and checking his eyes, ears and nose. But when they took off his shoes socks and pants for his examination, he didn't like that one bit. Throughout the whole appointment, he clung to mama. He seems to have formed an uneasy attachment to me. He seems to find me more comforting when something's bad, like the doctor. I take any face time he will give me, so I was eating up all the snuggles in the clinic.
We ate dinner at the famous Lucy's. I had a cheeseburger and french fries. Let me tell you that was the most delicious burger I've ever had. I couldn't eat it fast enough. We watched a group of ladies dancing with pretty flowery things in the area behind Lucy's. I haven't found the kids rides that Donna was talking about, but we'll explore again later.
Look at the pretty ladies, Mama!