New life freshly hatched.

May 12, 2011. Four new lives were brought into this world. Absolutely beautiful.

I’ve been waiting for this day for a few weeks. Wondering if the four robin eggs would hatch successfully. Good work mumma robin. And you too proud and definitely protective papa.

I will be documenting the growth of these little ones. For very brief periods of time, of course. Can’t be messing with Mother Nature too much. I just will be offering short glimpses at the little tykes from time to time.

Feel free to stop back anytime to check on their development.


Day 2/ 5.13.11


Day 4/ 5.15.11


Day 6/ 5.17.11


Day 8/ 5.19.11


Day 9/ 5.20.11


Day 12/ 5.23.11


Day 14/ 5.25.11


Day 15/ 5.26.11

Take care little ones.

6 Comments

  1. Posted 13 May ’11 at 7:04 am | Permalink

    The picture is beautiful! It is great that you got it so soon after the time the babies were hatched. I’m glad the babies were born healthy. God gives us so many beautiful sights in nature.

    • TEDX
      Posted 13 May ’11 at 7:22 am | Permalink

      Good morning mom. Yes a beautiful sight. I was fortunate to witness such an event.

      Have a fffabulous day.

      Love you.

  2. Laurie
    Posted 14 May ’11 at 11:49 pm | Permalink

    omg..sorry…just can’t believe my mom is blogging… welcome to the tech world mom. my brother catches the best moments of life. this is just one of many examples :)

    • TEDX
      Posted 15 May ’11 at 9:42 am | Permalink

      Working on getting mom web savvy. It has already begun to happen. As you have seen above with mom’s first blog post. Kudos to you mom.

  3. Posted 25 May ’11 at 5:17 pm | Permalink

    The latest video is wonderful, with the baby bird flying out of the nest at the end! Did it ever come back?
    Jolane Rankin recently posted..A big day

    • TEDX
      Posted 25 May ’11 at 6:09 pm | Permalink

      I was fortunate to be able to capture that moment. My timing was definitely on. The nest is still empty. They are out there somewhere. Hopefully not in the bellies of the crows that have been lurking about.