Sharing and preparing

Mister Rogers makes a paper crown. He pretends to send a fancy crown to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe for the expected royal baby. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin places the crown on the castle and looks at gifts for the baby with Edgar. Without telling anyone, Henrietta takes the crown. She wears it, not realizing that it belongs to someone else. Lady Aberlin explains the crown is not hers and since Henrietta was only interested in dressing up, Lady Aberlin offers her some different costumes. Henrietta is happy when she dresses up as a nurse and pretends to care for a baby. Back at the house, Mister Rogers uses a handkerchief to make a pretend baby. In the kitchen, he draws a family on construction paper before Picture Picture shows a film about the letter B. Mister Rogers concludes by singing Many Ways to Say I Love You.