The film is devoted to the birth and early toddler days of the Brinton’s young daughter Imogen. It largely focuses on her care and her playtime in the garden.
(00.00 to 00.29) Intertitle: Baby, Make Your Bow. Exterior shot of Lady Rodwell Maternity Hospital.
(00.29 to 04.15) Intertitle: And so Imogen Arrives. Mrs Brinton and a nurse leave the hospital with new-born Imogen. There is a sequence of close up shots of the baby and the parents – holding, playing, bathing, feeding etc.
(04.15 to 11.54) There are a sequence of shots of family and friends. This is followed by shots of parents and child playing in the garden, learning to walk and growing up.
(11.54 to 13.48) Intertitle: Just a carefree infant, when out of the [blue sky] which makes poor young Twerpie Aunt Imogen! The next sequences are of a new born in the house and garden being fed, playing, learning to walk etc with Imogen helping.
(13.48 to 14.40) Intertitle: Aunty’s earned this alright! Footage of Imogen’s mother putting her to bed.
(14.41 to 16.30) Intertitle: This is a hell of a climate. The final sequence is a series of shots of Imogen in the garden, playing in puddles etc.