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Teens PJ and Teddy and tween brother Gabe are typical kids -- that is, until their mother has another baby. The arrival of their new sister completely upends the entire household. When their mother heads back to work after Charlie's birth, it's up to the kids and their dad to keep the home fires burning -- and to keep Charlie out of trouble as she learns to sit up, crawl, walk and run. Teddy, as the older sister, makes a personalized video diary for Charlie, in each episode adding a nugget of wisdom for her baby sibling.

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The Duncan's decide to take a quick summer vacation trip to a house on Dead Man's Lake but they get more than they bargained for when creepy things start happening.
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Amy brings home the baby, and Bob's mom shows up to help but drives everyone crazy.
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The Duncans start considering baby names; Teddy is eager to find a quiet area to study; PJ discovers he has to complete a square dancing class in order to graduate; Amy and Bob overhear Gabe talking about being an only child.
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Teddy and Spencer worry that Amy will steal their spotlight if she discovers they're in a musical.
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Amy is sure her old prom dress would be the perfect fit for Teddy to wear to her dance.
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During Amy's baby shower, Charlie reveals the reason behind her mom's motive for having the party.
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Everyone thinks Teddy is a jinx on Spencer, as the basketball team has been on a losing streak.
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The Duncans move to a bigger house to accommodate the new baby.
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Family secrets are revealed when PJ sees his birth certificate.
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Teddy joins Ivy at her family's cabin but discovers it's more of a cramped fishing hut; PJ and Gabe invite Mrs. Dabney over to watch her soaps because they broke her satellite.
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Gabe and Amy are asked to appear in a commercial; Emmett helps Teddy get a job; PJ becomes a budding chef.
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Teddy and Amy try to write a bestseller; Bob brings insects to Gabe's school for career day; PJ gives relationship advice.
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Teddy decides to ditch class to prove a point; Gabe's plan backfires.
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Mary Lou attends and wins an audition to sing the national anthem.
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Gabe and his friend Leo open up a lemonade stand, but they start to argue and end up competing; PJ tries to reunite Bob's high school band.
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Teddy is disappointed when she is wait-listed at her first choice for college.
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Ten years in the future, 14 year-old Charlie watches a video diary that Teddy made about a fight she had with Gabe, in hopes that it will guide her through her fight with an 11 year-old Toby.
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Beau must make a tough decision after being offered a job in Tennessee.
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Bob convinces Amy to join him for the Denver Pest Control Association's annual dinner and dance; Gabe scores tickets to a new movie.
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Teddy invites her new boyfriend Beau to her 18th birthday party, but things quickly become awkward when Spencer shows up unexpectedly to help celebrate.
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Beau convinces Teddy to join him at a country western hang out.

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