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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 morning at Oak and Bodhi's house
and someone's waiting for breakfast.
That's my porridge, because I haven't got my porridge.
-Has it pinged? Has it pinged?
-Yes, it has.
Are you having honey on the top?
Yeeeeess! Can I lick the honey when you've finished?
Bodhi's looking forward to this!
Are you going to do it? Put it on the top.
Make it go...got it?
-Put it all around.
-All on the porridge.
Right, now you can lick the spoon.
He loves runny honey.
-Is that nice?
I'm pleased about that.
-A tiny little bit hot, though.
-Ah, well, it will cool off in a minute.
As Bodhi tucks in, here comes Oak.
Oak? Mummy's got it on the table,
-so can you come and have breakfast, please?
-Good boy. Come on then. Do you want milk, or not?
He prefers something that crunches for breakfast.
The porridge has disappeared. But Bodhi's still hungry.
Good boy. Would you like a wrap?
A wrap and a yoghurt.
Would you like a yoghurt first?
-A wrap first, right.
-Good morning, children.
-Everybody all right?
There you go, sweetheart. It's got jam in the middle.
They need a big breakfast because later, they're all going climbing.
Do you think it'll be a nice day? I think it looks like a lovely day.
-Have you finished?
-Are you going to get ready?
And it looks like Bodhi's already practising!
-OK, let's go in!
-All right, let's go. Are we excited?
Oak and Bodhi have arrived at an indoor climbing centre.
Whoa! Those walls look high,
and they're all sorts of shapes and sizes.
-Jump, that's it.
First, brave adventurers need special harnesses...
-There you go, you're done.
-..and helmets to keep them safe.
It's Bodhi's first time climbing.
High five, good luck.
And he's up for giving it a try.
-That's it. What's the matter?
-Is it difficult?
His brother, Oak, has done this before.
This is going to be soooo easy!
It's a long way up.
Touch your left foot onto the red one, yeah?
You're going really high now. Keep going.
He's made it halfway up!
Good try, Oak. How's Bodhi getting on?
OK. You're in, good to go.
Hands up. That's it. So these ones...
Looks like Bodhi's getting the hang of it.
-Wahey, well done, Bodhi.
That was brilliant.
That's it. Right foot up to here.
Whoa! Oak's a long way up.
-Um, I'm not doing this one.
Press the button, Oak, when you're there.
With some help, Oak's almost at the top. Bodhi cheers him on.
Press the button!
Hit that button. Woohoo!
Well done, Oak.
And it's just as much fun coming down!
After watching Oak, Bodhi wants to give it one final go.
Good luck. Be brave.
-OK, master! All right.
-Look where you're holding on to.
-You're doing really well.
-Now lift up.
Keep on climbing, Bodhi.
Go on, pull yourself up.
That's it. Brilliant.
Go on! Harry's coming up with you, Bodhi. OK?
Instructor Harry comes to lend Bodhi a hand.
-Bring your foot up.
Nice and steady.
Straight on to this one.
Go on, Bodhi. Keep going.
Feet up. That's it.
Yes, brilliant. Hand up.
I think I has to get down.
-Are you sure?
Excellent work, Bodhi.
You've made it halfway up on your first climbing trip!
CHEERS AND CLAPPING
Maybe you'll go even higher next time.
How high was that!
Back home, Bodhi is in the kitchen with Dad
making special treats.
-Go on, then.
Don't crease the paper up.
You keep rubbing it in.
-It's all done.
-It's all done?
Butter spread on the paper. Some also goes into the pan.
What's your favourite thing to put on porridge?
I think I know what that is!
-Honey, OK. You tell me when to stop.
-Is it full yet?
Oh, right. Tip the spoon in.
-And lick it?
-Go on, then. You carry on with that.
-Bodhi just can't get enough honey.
The butter and honey need to melt into a sticky goo,
and there are more ingredients to mix together.
Whoa! That will do!
-So you need to start mixing.
-I don't have a spoon.
Use your hands, you've washed them, haven't you?
So it's OK to use hands. Mix it all in.
Keep crunching it up. Squeeze your fingers together. OK.
Squish-squash between the fingers.
In goes the cool melted butter and honey.
It's nice and runny now.
Keep mixing it.
Mixing, mixing, mixing, mixing.
-Can I have a taste after I've done this?
Once we've made them all, if there's any left you can have a taste.
-Does it feel yummy? Does it feel gooey?
-Get a lump of it
and squeeze it together, really tight.
Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze, squeeze it together. Look, Daddy's made one.
-I've got another one.
-Little bit left.
Little bit left? That's good then. 11.
Get it all off your fingers now, you can lick your fingers. Well done.
It's OK to lick your fingers now, Bodhi.
Is it yummy? Right, where's it going?
In the oven. OK.
So check the timer. Ten minutes on the timer.
-I don't think we'll need to clean the bowl with water,
Bodhi's doing a good job of that too!
They'll be delicious once they're cooked.
And that doesn't take long.
-How do they look?
-Do they look brown?
-I think they might be ready.
All right, stand away from the oven.
After cooling down, everyone enjoys the flapjacks.
-They are yummy, aren't they?
-What do you think, Oak?
-Are they nice?
Oak's only joking - he's eaten most of his already.
Well done, Bodhi.
Well done, Bodhi. Good baking.
Oak, Bodhi, Mum and Dad have come down to the beach.
Bodhi wants to do more climbing on the large rocks.
But will he get to the top this time?
And for Oak, it's perfect kite-flying weather.
Dad helps him with lift-off.
I'll hold on, Dad.
-I think that's officially flying.
-Have you got it?
There you go.
Make sure you hold on tight, Oak!
Bodhi, do you want to do some climbing?
OK, Bodhi, time to climb those rocks.
There are some giant steps, aren't there?
Watch out for the seaweed. Why was the sand wet?
Because the sea weed!
You lead the way, you explorer, you.
I'm not an explorer.
-Ready? Ready? Shall Daddy help?
-Full of giant steps.
That's a giant step, that one, isn't it?
Come on. Take your time.
This is proper adventurous stuff, isn't it?
Round this way. This way!
Shall I take your hat off? It's a bit windy.
It could end up in the air, like Oak's kite.
Let me put it in my pocket.
OK, let's climb.
Wait for Daddy, though, won't you?
Keep going, Bodhi. You're almost there.
Then you hold on to the flagpole, don't you?
Hold on to the flagpole.
OK? I'm king of the world!
It's Bodhi, champion climber!
Hi Bodhi, Hi Daddy!
-We've climbed to the top!
I'm king of the world!
Right, come on then, back down then!
Take your time.
Yes, no need to rush.
-Can we not go down the stairs?
-Yes, we'll go down the stairs.
Wow! Oak's kite is up in the clouds.
Get it down! Aaaah!
Crash! And now it's back on the sand, but not for long!
-Look how high yours is.
-How high is that?
That is super high.
Let go! Let go!
Back up in the air. And now Bodhi has a kite to fly next to Oak's.
Fly, kite! Fly!
What a lovely family trip to the beach
Time to go home now.
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family.