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Natasha is a very fast crawler. Her parents (and even Oscar, who once babysat her) can't even catch up to her. Natasha has also been babysat by Fran Drescher who was well known at the time for playing TV's The Nanny. Snuffy once watched Natasha in one of her earliest appearances, and tried to teach her to say a new word. She ended up learning two: "Oh, dear." (EKA: Episode 2313)
Baby Natasha has appeared in at least three sketches as a superhero known as Super Baby. In one sketch, her parents, Humphrey and Ingrid, have a large bottle of milk, but no baby, and they don't want it to got to waste, so Super baby arrives and drinks the milk. In another sketch, Humphrey and Ingrid wonder what Superbaby will do that begins with S, which turns out to be "sleep". (EKA: Episode 3756) In another sketch, Super Grover talks about Super Baby as she constantly flies back and forth. She also appears in Elmo's World: Sky in this persona.
Her recent appearance is the street story of a 2010 episode of Sesame Street.
In 1994, an issue of Sesame Street Parents revealed the poll results of kids' and adults favorite Muppets when asked in an issue of Sesame Street Magazine. Natasha placed fourth in the overall list, but didn't even make the top 20 for adults. By Season 26, Natasha earned a place in the opening credits in some episodes.
- Feeling Fit: Postcards to Color and Send (1992)
- Friends & Family Lace-Ups (1992)
- Grover's 10 Terrific Ways to Help Our Wonderful World (1992)
- Mini-Boxes to Color & Share (1992)
- What Do You Do? (1992 edition)
- Baby Natasha's Busy Day (1993)
- Natasha's Daddy (1993)
- Around the Corner on Sesame Street (1994)
- Baby Natasha In "Say Cheese!" (1994)
- Ready, Set, Go! A Counting Book (1995)
- B is for Books! (1996)
- Elmo's Lift-and-Peek Around the Corner Book (1996)
- I Am a Baby (1996)
- Monster Faces (1996)
- No Nap for Natasha (1996)
- Rise and Shine! (1996; reworked as Up, Up, Up! in 2011)
- Where Is Baby Natasha? (1996)
- Zoe and the Runaway Ball (1996)
- Elmo's Valentine (1997)
- Elmo Loves You! (1997)
- Elmo Says, "Don't Wake the Baby!" (1997)
- Elmo's Christmas Colors (1997)
- Pumpkin Patch Party (1997)
- Baby Party (1998)
- It's Not Easy Being Big! (1998)
- Brought to You by the Number 2 (1999)
- Elmo's ABC Book (2000)
- Watch Out for Banana Peels (2000)
- The Furry Arms Hotel (2001)
- The Monsters on the Bus (2001)
- Fun with Friends (2004)
- Abby Cadabby's Rhyme Time (2007)
- Rosita's Easter on Sesame Street (2007)
TV special appearances
- Sesame Street: 20 and Still Counting
- Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration
- Sesame Street Stays Up Late!
- Elmo Saves Christmas