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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?
Charlotte and Zoe's.
Charlotte is six years old.
Zoe is five years old.
And they're sisters.
They live with their mum
in a town.
I wonder what they're up to today?
Charlotte and Zoe are playing in the garden.
Dad, can you help the tunnel out?
Charlotte has invented a new game...
-Charlotte. Charlotte. Charlotte.
..Kicking the ball through the tunnel and up the slide.
Don't worry. I'll get it for you.
Here comes Zoe to help.
I think it's easy. There you go.
-MUM AND DAD:
Zoe's playing the game the other way round.
Oh, no. The ball's got stuck again.
Are you going down after it?
-Stuck. Are you going to get it out?
-I can't take it out.
Now it's Charlotte's turn to help.
Coming... To the rescue!
But Zoe's got the ball out all on her own.
There you go.
Aaah! I'm stuck, Zoe!
Let me rescue you.
Zoe to the rescue.
And Charlotte's free.
Charlotte's collecting objects on the kitchen table.
An egg. In an unbreakable egg container.
My favourite thing is the spork that we like to bring.
Charlotte's water and a rubbish bag.
The compass and the map.
They're all things used for a walk in the countryside.
Charlotte loves being outside, especially on nice days.
Can I carry the spork?
Yeah, you can carry the spork.
-And you carry that spoon.
Dad has a big bag to pack.
Charlotte has her own little bag.
Can I put the compass in my pocket?
Yes, keep the compass safe. It may come in handy.
Comfy socks are a good idea.
And proper walking shoes.
Dad, are you wearing walking boots?
-I can wear my boots if you really want me to.
All packed and prepared.
They're off to the woods, ready for their walk.
One of Zoe's favourite things to do is ballet.
Beautiful princess walks, everybody. On your tiptoes.
Come on. That's it. Well done, Zoe.
Mum's enjoying watching.
Zoe. That's it. Lots of steps.
Zoe puts on butterfly wings for a special dance.
Oh, they've got wings!
And helps her friends with theirs.
Oh, where's my butterfly? There she is.
Spread your wings out so they're nice and big.
Baby wings. Small wings.
A butterfly ballet. How lovely.
And there's a special treat for all the girls.
We're going to get our stickers!
Which one would you like?
-That's it, you have that one.
Very good. Well done.
Charlotte and Dad arrive at the woods for their country walk.
A map shows them where they are. And a compass helps them
walk in the right direction.
So if you look at that, that's exactly
where we're looking. Straight down the road. Southeast.
-I'm going to explore in here first.
Because this is like a teensy woods.
# Logs, logs, lots of lovely logs. #
The woods have fallen trees to climb along.
That's a funny bendy one, isn't it?
And there's an easy way down.
Oof! Well done.
Right, this looks like our track I think.
A check of the compass to see they're still going the right way.
This is going in a... Northwest direction.
-So we can go either way. Which way do you want to go?
Well...They should be OK.
As long as they have the compass.
Dad? You've got the compass.
-You've got it.
-Is it in your pocket?
-Have you lost Daddy's compass?
Have you dropped it?
-Never mind. You sure it's not in your pockets?
Let's have a quick look back. I'm sure we'll find it,
-because it's got a nice red string on it.
-It was in this pocket.
It was in that pocket, was it? Keep looking.
-There it is.
Well spotted, Charlotte.
Are we getting close to somewhere where we can make our camp?
Ah, this is a nice place.
Time to stop for a well-deserved rest and some lunch.
-Should we do your scrambled eggs first?
-Keep on stirring.
-With the spoon?
It'll take a little while for it to warm up.
And then when it's warm it'll start scramble egging.
-Can you see how it's changing?
-Yeah. That looks lovely.
I want to have some now. It's making me hungry.
Scrambled eggs in the woods! What a treat.
Tasty? Does it taste like scrambled egg at home? Or does it
-taste better because it's outside?
-Better because it's outside.
Someone else has joined them for lunch.
It's a nice big beetle. A massive beetle.
Hello, little fellow.
-You're like black and blue.
-He's lovely, isn't he?
-Bert? Bert the beetle.
Bertie the beetle.
Bertie the beetle. That's nice.
Time to pack up and head home,
making sure not to leave anything behind.
But Bert the beetle is happy to stay in the woods.
At home, Charlotte and Zoe are playing with their ballet doll.
Shall we make her do the splits?
Don't break her.
-Zoe, can you do that with your legs?
Oops! The leg's come off!
Her leg's off forever.
-Uh-oh. Did your ballet dancer have an accident?
It doesn't matter. There we go. You can just pop it back on.
-Thank you, Mummy.
Well done, Mum. Dolly's dancing again.
Zoe is showing Charlotte some ballet moves
she learned in her class earlier.
And Mum is in for a special treat.
Welcome, everybody, to Charlotte and Zoe's ballet show.
A bit of stretching first.
Lovely twirls, girls.
One, two three, four, five...
What a brilliant show.
It's been a busy day for Zoe and Charlotte.
Time for bed.
Oh, I used to wear these!
Their toy babies need to get changed and ready too.
Zoe, does your baby want her socks on?
-Her ballet shoes?
Don't you look smart.
Before Charlotte goes to her own room,
there's time for one last cuddle.
And Dad's snuck in for a goodnight kiss.
-Are you going to go to bed?
Is it bedtime? OK. Shall I give you a kiss and say goodnight?
Kiss my baby Rosie.
-I've got to kiss your baby Rosie, have I?
Sleep tight, Zoe.
-Goodnight, pickle. That was a nice day.
OK. Close those eyes.
I love you.
See you in the morning.
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family.