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# Come and see
# All of our family
# They are different
# Just like you and me
# See how we
# Live together happily
# It's fun to be
# Part of our family
# Our family
# Our family. #
Whose family are we going to meet today?
Noah is four years old.
He lives with his mum, dad...
..baby brother Rubin, and dog Sketch.
-They live in a town by the sea.
I wonder what they're up to today.
Noah and mum are making shapes with soft, squidgy dough.
Look, I did something that I really want to show you.
Little dough people. Good idea, Noah.
This is the nose.
That's the nose, will it fit?
But don't worry, I can do this.
Pop it there.
-Pop it here?
What a colourful face.
That's the way to do it, make sure.
Oh, yes, I did it. Yeah!
-I'm going to leave it like it that.
-Just leave it like that?
Yeah, because it looks wonderful. I like it.
Now they're all going to be dough person friends.
It's one happy dough family.
Noah wants to make pretend cakes for the dough people and his own family.
-He likes cake.
This one is the daddy because he got married with you.
He did get married with me.
I'm going to stick that on there.
And a shiny star for me.
They say, "superstar"!
Superstar. Well, you are a superstar, so that's a good idea.
-Flags all around it.
-All around it.
This one is the sun cake.
A sun cake?
Have you made enough cakes, Noah?
Dough cakes ready to bake.
Noah pops them in his toy oven.
Pop, pop them in.
-In it goes.
-In the oven.
-In the oven.
-Come on, let's eat.
Wow, Noah's dough cakes look terrific.
Your cake. Here we go.
I'll take the flag off for you.
Good sharing, Noah.
That's the food.
Now they're going to go to bed
-and have some nice sleep.
With their tummies full, they must be tired.
Then they're going to go to sleep
and have some nice rest.
People, sweet dreams!
Noah loves looking after baby brother Rubin.
We're going to give you a bath.
Careful with the water, Dad.
We made bubbles.
Make it really bubbly for him.
Bubble time, Rubin.
Here he comes, into the bath.
-One, two, three!
-I'll get some bubbles on you, Rubin.
On your tummy, on your legs.
Touch his hair by doing this.
Rubin wants a kiss from big brother.
You love your brother, Rubin, don't you?
# I'm going to do your hair. #
Noah can wash hair and sing at the same time.
# Rubin bunny, Rubin bunny. #
# Rubin, Rubin bunny. #
-You wet me!
-You got him all wet.
Splash! I think Rubin wants to give Noah a bath.
Where did he get you wet, Noah?
On the ear.
Now I'm all wet.
# Wash my feet, wash my feet
# Wash your feet, wash your feet
# Wash, wash, wash your feet. #
Another big splash. This time, Dad gets wet.
I love my baby brother.
More washing to be done, but why is Noah wearing a funny hat?
Oh, it's a bowl.
He must be helping Dad wash the car.
What? I didn't know that.
Noah cleans the bottom part of the car because he can't reach the top.
I'm going to wash the wheel.
Woo-hoo, woo-hoo, woo-hoo.
Watch out, Noah.
Dad and Noah do like a good splash.
You'll never get me.
Great throw, Dad, but Noah gets his own back.
Do it to me.
You'll never catch me.
You'll never catch me either.
Uh, boys, shouldn't some of the water go on the car?
Washy, washy, wash.
Wash, washy, wash.
Wash, wash, wash.
This car looks shiny and yummy.
Just like a mirror.
The car is clean and Noah and Dad are soaking wet.
The family is off for a walk in the woods.
Sketch loves a good walk.
Tree stumps are great for jumping off.
-I'm looking for sticks.
What will they do with Noah's sticks?
Thank you, which one's going to be mine?
Thanks, is this my drumstick?
Spot the differences.
-This is quieter.
-And this one?
And that's louder.
A-ha. Tippy-tappy on the tree trunks.
-You're making music?
Over the bridge, Noah spots something.
Something on a tree.
-It's a snail.
-What colour is it?
What other colours can you see?
Can we take it home?
No, leave him there, cos that's where he lives, isn't it?
Cos he's having a sleep.
When he's awake, can we take him home?
Yeah, but he lives out here.
Can he be our second pet?
Woodland creatures are much happier if they're left in the woods.
I can find a log up there where I can play.
-OK, I'm on my way.
A circle of logs gives Noah the chance to show Dad
how good he is at balancing.
You need to jump across like me.
That was amazing.
Come on. Daddy's not catching me.
Noah is winning this game.
Oh, no, I'm trying.
-I catched up.
-No, you didn't.
-Daddy's on the same one.
-You caught me up.
Noah is getting ready for bed,
and beds are good for bouncing on.
I'm bouncing on my bouncy bed.
He's finally ready for a story with Dad about a family.
That one, that one.
Right. "Years passed and things didn't get any better.
"But God was getting ready to do something about it,
"and he was going to do it through a family."
Who's got a family?
Everyone in the world has got a family.
I can count my family.
Yes, you can.
There's four families.
There's five families, because there's Sketch.
Rubin. The little one is Rubin.
Look who's come to say goodnight.
Noah makes sure everyone in his family gets a goodnight kiss
and a cuddle. Aww.
Right, shall we just say your prayers quickly?
Jesus, Jesus, thank you for the good day.
-Time to sleep.
Goodnight, Noah. Sleep well, sweet dreams.
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family.