There was a baby bear named Cub. Cub was a curious and playful bear. He loved to explore the forest with his mother and father.
One day, Cub was playing in the forest when he saw a butterfly. He chased the butterfly all over the forest, but he couldn't catch it. Finally, the butterfly flew away.
Cub was sad. He sat down on a rock and started to cry. His mother saw him crying and came over to see what was wrong.
"What's wrong, Cub?" asked his mother.
"I couldn't catch the butterfly," said Cub.
"Don't worry, Cub," said his mother. "There will be other butterflies."
Cub's mother hugged him and then they went for a walk in the forest. As they walked, they saw many different animals, including deer, squirrels, and rabbits. Cub had a lot of fun watching the animals play.
At the end of the day, Cub and his mother went back to their cave. Cub was tired from playing all day, but he was also happy. He had a lot of fun exploring the forest with his mother.
Cub went to sleep that night dreaming of butterflies and all the other animals he had seen in the forest.