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Sesame Street


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Baby Bear and Curly Bear are coloring and start to fight over the crayons. Chris and Christy ask what is going on, and Baby Bear tells them that Curly is aggravating him, and he does not want to share with her. Chris and Christy explain to Baby Bear that sometimes it is hard to share with a sibling, your brother or sister, and they should know because they are twins. They flash back to when they were babies and sing about how much they hated to share their toys, room, and meals, but then they loved to share things like secrets, dancing, and smiles. Baby Bear says he is ready to share, but when he goes back to Curly, she is sitting in his seat. They argue again, and Baby Bear says he will not be Curly's brother anymore. Chris and Christy flash back again, and this time sing about what it would be like if they did not have each other. They sing that being alone would be sad and that they are indeed glad they have each other. Baby Bear agrees and goes to find Curly. He suggests a game of tag, but she does not agree. Chris and Christy point out that they do not always agree either and that is okay. One again, they flash back, this time to when they argued over choosing music, but realized they share a love for jazz. Baby Bear comes to understand that although you can be different from your sibling, it's what you have in common that counts. And siblings are also great friends!



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