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Whose family are we going to meet today?
Oak and Bodhi's.
Oak is six,
Bodhi is four
and they are brothers.
They live with their dad and mum
near the sea.
I wonder what they're up to today.
It's a big day for Oak, Bodhi and their family.
They're moving out of the flat and into a new home.
Their toys and clothes are packed in boxes,
but one of them is moving all on its own.
Oof! Sorry, madam!
It's Oak! He's a tortoise, with a box as a shell.
Look, the tortoise is back.
Ooh! Sorry, madam, again.
I can see your feet, Oak.
No, that's my propeller.
Bodhi does his best dinosaur impression
to scare Oak out of the shell.
Raaaar! Raaaar! Raaaar!
Oak offers to help move some of the boxes.
Bend at the knees.
Keep your back straight.
That's it. And then lift.
Oh, I think that's even a bit heavy.
Perhaps both together.
Go on, Bodhi, give Oak a helping hand.
Best leave the lifting to Dad
and have some breakfast instead.
So, when you come home from school today, we will have moved
into a new house and you'll get to organise your new bedrooms and
decide where all your toys are going. That'll be fun, won't it?
Bodhi has a special request for his new bedroom.
I want a pirate ship with...
-A big bed.
-A big bed? You want a big bed.
Do you know what? The one thing I can guarantee you
is we will get you a big bed. High five.
Time to get dressed for school.
Does it go in there? Where does it go?
Bodhi is all in a twist with his shirt.
I think that would be very uncomfortable. Try the other side.
-I caught my thumb.
-Your thumb's through.
Your hand's through. Yay!
Before school, there's just time
for one last game in the flat with their toy robot.
-I think we're ready.
But ready for what?
ROBOTIC SHOOTING NOISES
Whee! Catch them, Bodhi!
Catch the foam discs and beat the robot.
But they fly out super-fast.
Ah! Ah! Ah! I can't reach them!
Bodhi was really close to catching that one.
Come on, Oak. Your turn.
-ROBOTIC SHOOTING NOISES
There we go. Here we go.
Go on, Oak!
There we go.
Catch, catch, catch! Yay!
Catch! Catch! Ha-ha-ha!
-No, I didn't catch it.
-Aw, you dropped it.
Bodhi, do you want to try catching this time?
Ah-ha! Now it's both brothers against Mr Robot.
Oak finally defeats the robot.
Now, how about a celebration dance?
Dad's taking Oak and Bodhi to school.
You can open the garage door, please.
Ah, the car must be in the garage.
-OK, wheelbarrow, mine, mine.
-Right, you get the wheelbarrow out.
Wait a minute. They can't be going to school in a wheelbarrow!
-Ooh, I think I'm getting heavy now.
Right, squeeze over please, Oak.
Ha, brilliant! What a way to travel.
Right, Bodhi, your turn now. Good lads.
Right, let me warm up.
Bit of stretching. Let's ride.
The boys say goodbye to the flat
for one last time.
-Morning! Morning! Morning! Morning! Morning!
Wheelbarrows run on Dad power.
I can see the house from here. By the car park, above the car park.
Yes, I know, I know.
That's their new home. It's a lot closer to school.
Hold on tight then, here we go.
It must be like being on a rollercoaster.
-BODHI AND OAK:
-Yee-ha! Yee-ha! Yee-ha!
Whoa, watch out for the bumpy bits!
Go faster, Daddy! Go faster, Daddy!
Ah, I'm trying!
You have to go even quicker to catch up with the tractor, Dad.
Beat tractor! Beat the tractor! Beat the tractor!
Tractors are much faster than wheelbarrows.
OK, guys, you've got to check, see if it's good to cross.
Even wheelbarrows have to use zebra crossings.
Hold on, he's letting us go. Right, say thank you.
-Good to cross.
Come on, then.
I think we're just about on time.
What time does it say? Nearly five to nine.
Do you think Daddy's going to make it?
-What do you reckon?
Oh, I think Daddy'll make it in time.
That's the new house the family will be moving to later.
Just think, on Monday,
we'll be able to come out of the gate, won't we?
Yeah, and straight up the hill. How cool is that?
All right, morning.
Ah, thank you very much.
-Fun, fab Friday!
The last wheelbarrow run ever cos we're moving house.
They've made it, just in time.
Last one ever. All out!
DAD MAKES BEEPING NOISES
Can you manage it?
Cuddles for Bodhi. Love you.
Have a fun, fab Friday, all right?
Love you. Have a fun, fab Friday.
Cheerio then, boys!
Now Dad just needs someone to push
him home in the wheelbarrow.
School has finished and Bodhi's first out to meet Mum.
-Hi! Have you had a fun day at school?
Here comes Oak.
-How was your day?
Off home to the new house.
Are we going to the new house today?
We are going to the new house today.
When you get back, hopefully your bed and your drawers will all be in your bedroom,
and you'll be able to sort all your things out. Are you excited?
-Er, I'm-I'm excited...
-..to see my bed.
-Hiya, boys! We made it!
We're in the new house!
You all right? Hiya, Bodhi!
Do I get a cuddle? Do I get a cuddle?
Come on in. I'll carry you over the threshold.
Shoes off and ready to explore their new home.
I'm going to see my bed.
-Go and see your bedroom. Go and see what's in it.
Hey, that's my bedroom!
Uh-oh! That's Bodhi's chair in Oak's new bedroom.
-In the wrong bedroom?
Yes, you're putting stuff in the wrong bedroom.
I'm supposed to be this bedroom,
Bodhi's supposed to be the other bedroom.
Oak solves the problem by moving the chair into Bodhi's room.
Back in Oak's bedroom,
Bodhi is helping build his brother's
bed with the help of friend Mark.
-In the middle.
-In the middle, there.
You've got it. Clockwise.
Can you lift this?
Er, I think I can.
That mattress looks very heavy.
I'm not strong enough.
You're not strong.
-Go on, lift.
That's it, we're on.
Push it down. Oh, well done. Check it's all right.
-Do the bounce test.
-Quality check, please.
Bed built and tested.
Thanks to Bodhi, Oak will get a good night's sleep.
Time to relax in the garden and celebrate their new home.
And there's a special treat.
What are these for?
These are for toasting.
Putting your marshmallows on
and then you can put them in the fire.
Take your marshmallow...
Mummy's going to show you and hold your hand.
Remember not to get too close to the fire.
It's toasting, that's right.
Toasting marshmallows makes them taste even better.
Let them cool little bit.
Mm, warm, chewy, and gooey -
a great way for Oak, Bodhi,
Mum and Dad to enjoy their new home together.
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family.