Daddy Bluebird ~ a Father's Day Post June 16, 2012 This week, baby bluebirds left their house on the fence and ventured into the backyard of the blue house next door. They were so cute. Still holding on to their fuzzy feathers, their grown up colors are starting to emerge. Watching Daddy Bluebird feed his little ones reminded me of the jobs that fathers have. Even after we leave the nest, they still provide support, encouragement and love. They let us stretch our wings and find our own way in the world but they are there when we need them. Dads who take this job seriously need kind words of appreciation. Father's Day is the perfect opportunity. "I love you, Dad." So thank you, to our dads, Charles & John, for being the kinds of dads that we can look up to. And thank you to my husband for being the best dad I could possibly imagine to our three boys. Happy Father's Day. Share Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Labels holidays wild animals on the farm Labels: holidays wild animals on the farm Share Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments RiverBend FarmJune 16, 2012 at 6:40 PMHow cute!! We've got bluebirds here always prepping a nest but we've never seen the babies. Hopefully, they leave the area before all our dogs find them.Thanks for sharing!ReplyDeleteCharlotteJune 17, 2012 at 1:37 AMI love the bluebird daddy example. Great picturesReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment So what do you think of that?