My Very First

Series 3

Series 3, Episode 4 - Month 13 - Words

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Join 13-month-old Gia and twins, Chester and Elias, as they discover the world around them and find out what words they are learning. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 3 - Month 12 - Routine

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Join 12-month-old Tomos and Sabrina as they discover the world around them and see what they get up to everyday. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 2 - Month 11 - Teething

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Join 11-month-old Rudi and Everley as they discover the world around them and see what they do to help relieve their teething pain. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 8 - Month 17 - Discovery

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Join 17-month-old Alexander and Cianna as they discover the world around them and explore one leaf at a time. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 7 - Month 16 - Memory

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Join 16-month-old Isaac and Ije as they discover the world around them and make magical memories. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 6 - Month 15 - Copying

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Join Francis and Esme as they discover the world around them and try their hand at mimicking what they see. Remember, every child develops differently.
Series 2

Series 2, Episode 2 - Month 1 - Hearing

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Join Stevie and Conor as they begin to discover the world of sound and see how their hearing is developed. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 2, Episode 1 - Month 0 - Newborn

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Join Phinehas and Charlie as they wait for their newborn baby brother or sister to arrive and explore their first month of life. Remember, every child develops differently.
Series 3

Series 3, Episode 5 - Month 14 - Walking

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Join 14-month-old Arfon and Teighan as they discover the world around them and take their first fascinating steps. Remember, every child develops differently.

Series 3, Episode 1 - Month 10 - Communication

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Join 10-month-old Teddy and Ada as they discover the world around them and learn to communicate what they want. Remember, every child develops differently.
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