Friday, May 31, 2013

3 baby robins, already helping out

Baby robins

This picture is so cute. Do you think the mommy robin arranged the three babies to keep that last egg really warm while she went for her breakfast?

I will keep you posted on the last egg - my photo correspondent continues to do his best, despite the risks of that mommy bird being less than amused.

Best,

Leanne

22 comments:

MariQuilts said...

Aw.....too sweet!!

Dianne Neale said...

Isn't nature wonderful?

Patchwork and Play said...

beautiful....

Nilya said...

So sweet - now you are a godmother ;-)

Cari said...

Ooh, the little tufts of down on them -- this photo is ridiculously cute!

heart of charnwood said...

Oh bless!

Catherine said...

So tiny!

Henry's Shed said...

Oh I love them!! Thanks so much for sharing!

Rachel said...

Aw, they are so sweet! My dad had robins nesting in his shed once, it's such a treat to be able to see them up close. Thanks for keeping us updated. Rx

Annabella said...

Oh please be careful that mummy doesn't get fed up! This is a beautiful image - thanks for sharing.

Needled Mom said...

Aww....what a perfect view of them too.

Debbie said...

So cool! And what a great shot! Thank the photo corespondent for us!

Deborah Hamilton said...

That's so sweet, and you are probably right.

jeifner said...

Awwwww. Love the robins egg blue :)

Bonnie Miller said...

How absolutely wonderful! A journal of life unfolding...I look forward to all the updates. There must be a quilt in there somewhere!

Flying Blind... said...

You are such a great hostess!!

Judith, Belfast said...

Holding my breath! Jxo

carla said...

Hi!!!! They are so tiny and sweet!!!! Thank You

Katy Cameron said...

Hmm, looking marginally less cute now! Hope #4 comes through soon

Leanne Parsons said...

How sweet! I love seeing their progress.

Archie the wonder dog said...

Awww!

CurlyGirlMom said...

Hi! I know this is completely off topic, but what kind of sewing machine do you use and would you recommend it for a new quilter? (I have a simple Singer and want to upgrade.) I don't need anything too fancy, but want to be able to quilt bigger quilts with it. Thanks for any advice!