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Little Theo got a close-up view of some airplanes taking off, and he was simply bursting with excitement about it. His mom says that he loves airplanes, so getting to watch them up close was tons of fun for him. It looks like we might have a future pilot here!

Next, Emelia was trying to go down a slide, but couldn't quite get it right. She ended up falling backwards off of the slide not once, but twice! Emelia had a good attitude about it, though. She got up and laughed it off after each time she fell.

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