Days 5, 6 and 7 of the Robirdsons
If you missed it, here is my first post on the Robirdsons.
And here is my second post.
I will have one last post after this one about my little birdy family.
Seriously, I try so hard to stay away from this little family in my back window but I just love to watch them.
Does this mean I need to get a life?
Um, nevermind, don’t answer that, it was a rhetorical question, I don’t think I really want to know.
These hungry little piglets seem like they grow by the hour.
We had a couple of days of damp and colder than normal weather and momma took her place on her nest in order to keep her babies warm.
I feel as though I am truly blessed having a front row seat to this little life event.
It’s rare to see momma and pappa at the same time on the nest but I was happy to get the rare shot.
Ok, now admit it, they are (finally) adorable!
It’s getting close, I can feel it, they are getting old enough to go out on their own.
Here are a few pictures of the Robirdson Quads just 4 days after they were hatched.
If you missed my first installment of the Robirdsons, you can read it here.
Their feathers are starting to come in, and like human babies they eat and sleep a lot.
Notice in the picture below that Momma has a worm in her beak.
Momma and Daddy Robirdson fed them every half hour or so all day long. I am amazed at their stamina and dedication.
Dare I say they are approaching cute!
My oldest daughter, now home from college for the summer, laughs at me everytime I climb on the kitchen chair to take pictures of these babies. She said “Mom, you are going to be crushed when they leave the nest.” I promptly explained to her with one daughter that goes away to college and is about ready to enter her senior year and another getting ready to go off to college, I am getting used to the feeling of my babies leaving the nest and am just enjoying them while they are here.