We are joining Arty
this week for Nature Friday.
Off we go to find pretty flowers~
Miss Laura has been busy painting rocks and spreading the love♥
Mom is such a dummy when it comes to the names of trees but the blossoms sure are pretty!
We found tiny cute Bluets~
The ferns are unfolding~
Miss Dotty's pretty red thankful heart♥
Thinking of our sweet angel Mitch♥
A tulip in our front yard~
The baby robins hatched on May first and mom stole a pic when Mrs Robin was out shopping for food~
This picture was taken on Monday the 4th. We count 4!
And now the saddest thing ever. Yesterday morning, around 10am, mom checked on Mrs Robin and the babies and she noticed an empty nest so she ran outside and checked the ground for the babies and the trees for parents. They're gone. The babies weren't even one week old.
Everyone of them is gone and we are so sad. We feel so bad for Mr and Mrs Robin. RIP, little baby Robins. We had such fun watching you grow.
Who took our babies?
Love ya lots♥
Oh Molly, that is so sad. Poor Mr and Mrs Robin.ReplyDelete
that is so sad... hugs to you and your mama ;O(ReplyDelete
The flowers are beautiful! What a shame with the baby birds. I wonder what creature took them. So sad, but nature can be cruel.ReplyDelete
Oh, Molly, I guess it is part of nature to accept the end as well as the beginning. But these wee ones had barely started. Seems if you could see them, so could a hungry something else... huggies from here to there. YAM-aunty xxx
Ferns unfolding...Love it. Oh dear me I'm so very sorry about theReplyDelete
baby robins. Nature sometimes makes me sad too.
Molly Miss Laura is quite cre8tive. So we saw some painted rocks along the sidewalk yesterday. That must be a new project.
My pretty Molly and Mom have a lovely weekend
Molly, you chose the perfect color to wear today...matches the flowering tree you found.ReplyDelete
The flowering trees are beautiful. Mom read a warning yesterday that hawks are snatching small pets and raiding nests. It said not to leave pets outside unattended. We have owls nesting in our yard so all the squirrels have moved out of the neighborhood. We keep a close eye on the dogs.ReplyDelete
All the pretty flowers and blossoms, baby birds and you Miss Molly. A great way to start the weekend.ReplyDelete
Have a woof woof day and weekend. My best to your mom. ♥
Oh no! Looks like some kind of predator got those little baby robins! How sad! When Chester was about 1 year old, a robin made her nest in the lower branches of the pear tree. (Not a good idea!) The first day she laid some eggs, Chester got scent of them, stood up on his hind paws and ate the eggs so fast I couldn't even get there fast enough to stop him. The poor mother robin came back to her nest and simply couldn't understand where her eggs could have gone! We removed the nest later so this tragedy wouldn't be repeated.ReplyDelete
Poor baby birds. But we'll concentrate on nature's beauty with those lovely flowers.ReplyDelete
You sure found lots of beautiful flowers. That is sad about the robins. We're sure Mr. & Mrs. Robin will have another brood soon.ReplyDelete
You look so pretty in pink, Molly, on your flower stroll. So many pretty flowers, and how we loved seeing Mitch and his apple blossoms. So sad about the babies:(ReplyDelete
Woos, Lightning and Timber
What beautiful blooms today Molly....we are sad to hear about the baby robinsReplyDelete
Rosy, Jakey & Arty
Pretty flowers. We think the baby robins went to live in a farm upstate.ReplyDelete
Oh noes. so sorry abouts the baby robins. I hopes they can lay some more eggs soon. Paws crossed. ♥ReplyDelete
Oh, that is so sad about the robins! Maybe the parents will try again, we hope.ReplyDelete
Your flowers are all beautiful, we hope they didn't get snowed on today! :)
Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets
Hi Molly we love your walk but are so sorry for the robins, so hard. We hope you have a wonderful week. Hugs & Love, Susie & Treadle xxReplyDelete