Kelly Sierra arrives home from the hospital and presents her newborn son Darrin to her teenage son Edward. Edward thinks his new baby brother is adorable, and welcomes him to the family.
Still a child at heart, Edward plays with a toy beside his brother’s basinet. Edward wonders if he’ll be a good big brother, being the only male influence in the house. Their mother Kelly couldn’t tell them who their fathers are, as she isn’t sure either.
It seems like only yesterday Darrin Sierra was a baby in a crib, but now he’s learning to walk. His mother Kelly encourages him to toddle over to her and he throws up his arms in triumph when he reaches her.
Edward lets his little brother Darrin climb on to his back and pretends to be a plane. Growing up alone, Edward never had a sibling to play with. Wanting a different experience for Darrin, Edward makes himself available for plenty of play time with his little brother.
Kelly watches her son Edward reading a bedtime story to his little brother. She feels really lucky that Edward is such a great role model for Darrin, but worries that he’s burdened with too much responsibility. At his age, he should be able to enjoy being a carefree teenager.
Darrin Sierra is invited over to the house next door to play. He’s introduced to his neighbour, Iggy Pancakes, and is intrigued to meet another kid his own age. Iggy isn’t afraid of strangers and welcomes his new friend to his room.
Iggy visits his friend next door, Darrin Sierra. They get served some pancakes for lunch. Iggy comments that his own name is ‘Pancakes’, which is the same as this food. Aren’t words funny?