Take my reply with a grain a salt as I play very little Mozart
The first I would have played (bE) - [F - bE - natD] - *bE* - (F) with rhythm being something of [triplet of sixteenth] and *eighth note*. It seems strange to me you would go up the G on a turn... I would do the same with the second, (G) - [A - G - sharpF] - *G* - (A). The triplet seems weird, but I think it's what gives it the "ornament" flavor, but hey... I also don't see any other rhythm that could do.
Also, please be careful with the dynamics, I remember hearing it once or twice with huge F, I find it atrocious ; I know it's F, but after a P you don't really have to bang your keyboard like a madman
Especially the A-B intervals, I've seen it smashed with such strenght I felt bad for the piano (you could hear that "too much" sound, ugly tone the piano takes when it is banged). Just rambling, but I had flashbacks from hell when I remembered this piece
Nice piece otherwise, I like how it's not too joyful and bright (Mozart go minor keys ! and the alberti bass is only present in the end yay !)