Monday, January 14, 2013

Three New Babies


3 new babies this weekend, and yesterday morning, I even saw one of them coming out of the egg.  They are SO tiny!

Mum is never far away, but she lets us look and admire them which is nice.  I tell her how clever she is.
 

We've had a couple of cooler days, so I've been working hard in the garden, putting down some top soil and some mulch.  My body is hurting!

This is what is left of my old wobbly seat out the back where I used to sit and admire my good work.  I was sad to see it go, but then had a brain wave. . .

I had more chairs in the shed, and I made this little table out of old junk lying around. Now a perfect, and comfortable place to sit and think.
 
 
 

~Gardening is a very satisfying hobby~
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9 comments:

Quiltedtime said...

Lovely. Everything. Yes, gardening is very satisfying. Your little birds must bring you great joy as well.

Muddling Through said...

Ooooh, the babies are just too sweet, and I love your garden. That would be a very nice place indeed to sit and think and ponder and plan.

Susan said...

She is a clever little Mother. Your garden is so lovely, mine is just frazzled.

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Sweet little babies and lovely proud Mama.

I love it when a plan comes together and your seating arrangement is very nice. Now you can sit and enjoy your handiwork.

Hugs ~ FlowerLady

cottonreel said...

Those birds are so sweet .
Freezing cold here in England . Sit and enjoy your sunshine

Calidore said...

That little bird with his/her feet in the air is so cute. Your garden is looking wonderful as always and I love the sit and contemplate the days work area.

homeschooled said...

Great photos Annie!
Those babies are so tiny.

Thimbleanna said...

Your garden looks so pretty and inviting -- especially as it's winter here LOL. And more babies! Fun. Although, they are a bit ugly with those googly eyes at the newborn stage LOL!

Jenny said...

I like your thinking spot. it looks like you have a big garden Annie-it is beautiful-love the little feathered ones:)