Home for the Holidays, by Thomas Kincaid

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Our Baby Dove


Here is a picture of our new little friend. This baby dove fell out of our neighbor's pine tree into our backyard. On Midsummer's Eve, he shielded himself under our sweet apple tree. He was very friendly and let us get quite close to him to take pictures and to coo endearments to him. His mother, ever vigilante, watched him from the roof of our house. Eventually, she was brave enough to hop down into our vegetable garden and to call encouragements to him to join her. We watched her feed him and teach him to fly a little, but he still enjoys sitting under our apple tree.

Isn't he precious?

Love,
Elizabeth

5 comments:

Trish said...

Elizabeth:

What a wonderful post and such a sweet little story.
Thanks for coming by my blog. Yes, my poetry and writings are truly my own...strange ramblings and heartfelt expressions as it comes pouring forth.

You can list fav. blogs by doing the following
Got to customize in upper right
you should be on layout of the blog
click on add page element
upper left corner will say blog list...and just follow instructions from there
Happy Blogging...oh and I must ask you again...is that your photo on top of your blog and where is it...it invokes such feelings for me and obviously others that read it too.

God Bless

The Feathered Nest said...

Oh Elizabeth I love the baby dove! I'm so very glad it's parent is still watching out for it....the chocolate cake sounds so delicious, I'll have to give it a try! You are so very welcome for the post, you both are so sweet and Sarah is such an angel too, I'm glad to have some of my readers find you both! xxoo, Dawn

madrekarin said...

What a sweet thing to have happen. Has he a name yet? Or she?
I hope that he and his parents stay and bless your garden with their beauty for a long time to come.

Karin

SweetVal said...

how sweet thing to say about your baby dove. please take care of bird. give it time until it is ready to leave. your poerty is so beautiful. i wish you are my big sister who write poety well. i am so proud of you and sarah! i love all you!

Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie said...

Hi Elizabeth, and welcome to the world of blogging. You will meet so many nice people. Your daughter has a precious blog.
The little dove looks like he is getting plenty to eat. I think he should think long and hard before taking off and leaving the nest.
Have a Blessed Day,
Bonnie