Big Girl

Season 2, Episode 3 of 15

Mona and Nana are in the backyard planting in the flowerbed. Nana has Mona guess what they will plant and Mona guesses it is a flower. First they dig a hole and than with Nana's help Mona puts the seed into the hole and they cover it with dirt. Nana tells Mona that the flower is like her in the sense that she was once small like a seed and grew to be a big girl. Nana takes Mona over to look at her photo album. Nana shows Mona pictures of herself and Russell when they are little kids growing up. Nana is reminded that they forgot a very important step when planting the flower. The head back to the flowerbed to water the seed so it can grow big and strong. Mona wants to help so Nana lets her use the watering can and is amazed at what a big girl she is becoming. They head over to Mr. Wooka's for a puppet show. Mr. Wooka's Puppet Show-Today's show is about a fisherman who catches three fish. The first fish is very small. The second fish is larger and the third fish is very big. After the show Mona, Nana and Russell head inside for lunch. Nana explains that food will help them grow big. After they eat it is time for a song. First Nana carries Russell into the living room pretending he is a big heavy boy. She goes back into the kitchen for Mona and tells her what a big girl she is and picks her up and pretends to labor when carrying her into the living room. Song Time-Nana sings a song about a Mouse and an elephant and how sometimes you are big and sometimes you're small and that it is all ok with Nana. After the song Mona and Russell head outside to play. Once in the Backyard Mona decides to water the plant all by herself. Nana watches from the kitchen and remarks on what a big girl Mona is becoming. Mom arrives and they head home.

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