Babysitting Squoosh Kate and Mim-Mim


Babysitting Squoosh

Animated series. Kate wonders what's wrong with her birdhouse as the birds aren't visiting it. In Mimiloo, Kate and friends offer to babysit a baby squoosh.


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# Lift me up into the sky

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# See the world through my eyes

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# Mimiloo is where we'll fly

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# And the chances are you're

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# All I'll ever need

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# Funny bunny friend of mine

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# We will always be

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# You and me - Kate and Mim-Mim. #

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Look, Mum, the bluebird's back.

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I wonder why she doesn't want to go to the birdhouse we made.

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Is there something wrong with it?

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She probably just hasn't noticed it yet.

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But what if it's too big? What if it's not colourful enough?

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I know.

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We'll paint a bluebird on the side.

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-Then she'll know it's for her.

-Ha-ha! I'll go get the paints.

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Hm? But what if it's not the colour or the size?

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Maybe our friends have some ideas.

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Mim-Mim, funny bunny friend

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It's time to come to life again.

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Kate and Mim-Mim, me and you

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-Let's twirl away to Mimiloo.

-Whoa!

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LAUGHING

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Huh? Hey, it's a flutter pod.

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Hi, Kate and Mim-Mim. Don't mind Boomer.

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He didn't mean to do that.

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He's throwing an old flutter pod around and it went wonky.

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Huh-huh! Sorry.

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Let me see.

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Tee-hee! It must like it up there.

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I bet it's super comfy between my ears.

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I'd like it up there, too, Mim-Mim.

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We're trying to find new flutter pods today.

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They only grow on the tops of the tallest trees

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but sometimes you can find one on the ground.

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-Want to help?

-Yeah, we'll help you look.

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Hee-hee-hee!

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Flutter pods, where are you?

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Oh. Hi there. What are you?

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Ah-ah.

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Kate, you've found a squoosh.

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A squoosh? Oh, I love squooshes.

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- Erm....what's a squoosh? - They are amazing creatures.

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They're all squooshy.

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Huh! Two squooshes.

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The one I found is a baby and that must be its mama.

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Looks like she's making a nest.

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Well, she's trying to anyway.

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Hi, Mama Squoosh. I'm Kate and these are my friends.

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ALL: Hello.

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I like the nest you're building.

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It must be hard to do that and watch your baby.

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If you'd like some help, we could babysit for you while you finish.

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SQUEAKING

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Great. So what do you need us to do for her today?

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SQUEAKING

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Got it. You want us to brush baby's teeth.

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I think she means feed her.

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With a spoon? Slurp.

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-Can do.

-What else, Mama Squoosh?

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SQUEAKING

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Blow her nose. Gotcha.

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I'm not sure she has a nose.

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Oh, oh, oh. A nap. She wants her baby to have a nap.

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SQUEAKING

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When would you like us to bring her back?

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Sun...down.

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When the sun goes down at sunset. No problem, Mama Squoosh.

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So, Baby Squoosh, ready to come and spend the day with us?

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SQUEAKING

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I'll take that as a yes.

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See you at sunset, Mama.

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SQUEAKING

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Gobble and I will keep looking for flutter pods.

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I can't wait to show Baby Squoosh how to play with one.

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See you later.

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Say "Hi" to your chair, Baby Squoosh.

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Get it? "High chair." Ha-ha-ha!

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It's perfect, Tack. Now we're ready to feed her.

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SQUEAKING

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What do squooshes eat, Kate?

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They eat...erm...

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Uh-oh. I forgot to ask.

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You can't go wrong with mushy food.

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I have some delicious mushy squash in the fridge.

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It's for those times when I'm too tired from inventing to chew.

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Yum-yum-yum...

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Huh!

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I was, erm...just making sure that it's not too cold.

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It's not.

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SQUEAKING

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It's yummy time, Baby Squoosh.

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Pretend the spoon is an airplane, Mim-Mim.

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Good idea. Pilot Mim-Mim coming right up.

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Brrm-brrm-brrm! Whoosh!

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Flying through the sky. Weeee!

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Soaring above the clouds.

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Swerving around the birds.

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-Lending in the mouth would be good.

-Right. Heh-heh!

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The plane's coming in for a landing. Open wide!

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SQUEAKING Huh? It's yummy.

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Super yummy. You'll like it. Hey!

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She doesn't like it.

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LAUGHING

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She's on the bed. Let's get her to nap now and feed her later.

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Something about her wild jumping tells me she's not ready to nap.

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Don't worry, Tack. She will, once we sing her a lullaby.

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# Little baby go to sleep

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# Close your eyes and count your sheep

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# All your favourite dreams will start

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# To make you happy in your heart. #

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Ah! Get back!

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-Close the door!

-Duck!

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That baby is bouncier than the bounciest invention I have.

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-We have to catch her and get her to eat and nap, quick.

-Yes!

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OK. I'm ready to catch Baby Squoosh.

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On three, you open the door and Baby Squoosh will bounce into the net.

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One, two, three!

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LAUGHING

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Nice catch.

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Ah!

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Ho, ho, ho!

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-More squooshes!

-Oh, no!

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We can't have lots of Baby Squooshes or Mama won't be happy.

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We could just moosh them together and, you know, smoosh them into one.

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LAUGHING

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Oh, good slide, Little Squoosh.

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That's it. Hey, squooshes, look at Boomer.

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Everyone follow him.

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Go down the slide. You'll see.

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Follow me.

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-Hooray!

-Yay! It worked.

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Uh-oh. The sun's going down and I promised Mama Squoosh

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we'd feed and nap Baby Squoosh by sunset.

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We have to hurry.

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Where's Squoosh?

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Baby Squoosh! Where are you?

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SQUEAKING

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Is she lost?

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Where did she go?

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GIGGLING My chair's all giggly.

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Huh? Why is my chair all giggly? Whoa!

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SQUEAKING

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-Wowie-wow!

-It's Squoosh!

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Again!

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Oh, hi, me.

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Huh? Me?

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Come back!

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Where do I think I'm going?

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I went that way.

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Baby Squoosh, where are you?

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Uh-oh. Oh, there you are.

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Oh, and there I am.

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Everyone, after me.

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Everybody stop!

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We're just chasing her around.

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-We've got to get her to stop.

-Oh, but how?

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Yeah, she just won't do what we want her to do.

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Well, except go down the slide. She liked that.

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Yeah. That's because she wanted to do that, Mim-Mim.

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LAUGHING

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That's it. What she wants to do right now is play.

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So, maybe we can get her to do what we want her to do

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by making a game of it.

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Why not?

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Baby Squoosh, you're great shape-changer.

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What other shapes can you change into?

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LAUGHING

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Tee-hee-hee!

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YAWNING

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Hey, look.

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Doing it her way worked. All that running around made her tired.

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QUIETLY: Hooray!

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SNORING

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Hi, everyone.

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I hope your baby-sitting went better than our flutter pod search.

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We looked all day and we couldn't find any.

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SQUEAKING

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Look who it is.

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There you go, Mama Squoosh. She had a very nice nap.

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Ah. You're welcome. But we couldn't get her to eat.

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We didn't know what to feed her.

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SQUEAKING

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GIGGLING

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-Flutter pods! So that's how they come down.

-Amazing.

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And that's what squooshes eat!

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Wowie-wow.

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Boomer do.

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No wonder it's so hard for us to find flutter pods.

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The squooshes eat them all.

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SQUEAKING

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Oh, you want to share them with us? Thanks, Baby Squoosh.

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We can show you how to play with them before you eat them.

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LAUGHING

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Ready to start painting the birdhouse, Kate?

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Actually, Mum, I think we should see what the bluebird wants to do first.

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Wonderful idea.

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Ha! And speaking of the bluebird, look.

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Ah!

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She does want to visit it. She's starting to make a nest.

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She likes it, Mum.

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Oh, she doesn't just like it - she loves it.

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BIRD TWEETS

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Kate wonders what's wrong with her birdhouse as the birds aren't visiting it. In Mimiloo, Kate, Mim-Mim and their friends offer to babysit a shape-changing baby squoosh so its mama squoosh can focus on building a nest. But getting the squoosh to nap and eat is harder than it sounds!


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