When Dodo wakes up in the morning, she listens, first of all. It takes a while, though, to make sense of all the hubbub. After all, she is not quite there yet. But then Dodo opens her eyes, and everything is in its place: for example, the Fiche is in his aquarium. Dodo asks him: "Are you awake yet?" – "Why do you want to know?", says the Fiche. And Dodo replies: "Because I like to ask." And then Dodo visits her parent's bedroom. "Are you still asleep?", she asks, first Mama, then Papa. Yes, they both mumble because they want to sleep a little bit longer. Dodo creeps out, a bit disappointed but still hungry for adventure. Then she goes downstairs, where Grandma lives. "You awake yet?", she whispers. Grandma is pleased to have Dodo with her. When you can't sleep, mornings can be pretty boring. But together, things can be done – like reading a story, for instance. Dodo climbs into Grandma's bed and listens to the familiar tale of Dodo waking up.