Sweet & Simple Birdie, Nest and Eggs

Jeff was out in the yard this afternoon and discovered a beautiful nest of eggs in the boxwood shrubs. He came to my studio window and told me to grab my camera. With mother bird on watch on a nearby branch, I shot a sweet photo of her babies-to-be.To honor the mother bird and by not disturbing her eggs, I took another photo with the nest as a backdrop of my new Lisa Leonard Sweet & Simple Birdie necklace that I received just today.How special is that?!

UPDATE: 3 DAYS LATER! They hatched! How awesome is God!!

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30 Responses to Sweet & Simple Birdie, Nest and Eggs

  1. #1 - Sarah B says:

    Just gorgeous!

  2. #2 - Michelle Palmer says:

    BEAUTIFUL photo~ the nest looks so perfect sitting there! Such tidy homemakers~ 🙂
    Thank you for sharing~ made my day!

  3. #3 - My Life Under the Bus says:

    Oh sweet ! I have such a bird thing ! Necklace is awesome looks like an old fashioned love token !

  4. #4 - Judy says:

    Such a precious little nest! I love your pendant too!

  5. #5 - Centsational Girl says:

    Gorgeous photography and necklace. Unbelievable color in those birds eggs. LOVE!

  6. #6 - Kristen @ ladybug-blessings.com says:

    how beautiful!!

  7. #7 - Karin says:

    I love it….I so wish we would get a nest in one of our trees. Unfortunately my cat has a bit of a bad reputation around here…:0)

  8. #8 - Anji Johnston says:


  9. #9 - mizdarlin says:

    That nest is precious..it's so wonderful when we get the privilege of seeing them so close..
    thanks for sharing your pictures-and lovely necklace.

  10. #10 - Terri Gordon says:

    Oh what a beautiful picture and post, so lovely, thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful evening. Terri

  11. #11 - Lulu says:

    Wow – fantastic moment that you captured! (And love how it sets off the necklace too.)

  12. #12 - ScrappingStephanie says:

    How sweet! Love the necklace, absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing such a special moment!


  13. #13 - Patty says:

    Natural beauty and a lovely necklace.

  14. #14 - Tales From My Empty Nest says:

    I have gotten to photograph 2 bird nests this summer and then also take pictures of the babies when they were born. Love your new necklace. Love & blessings from NC!

  15. #15 - Gina says:

    Oh my! That is the nest of a master builder. How perfect it looks, and how beautiful those eggs are. I hope the mama and her nestlings enjoy their stay. (I'm sure she would be happy if you put some mealworm out for her so she doesn't have to work so hard for her food!)

  16. #16 - Kokopelli says:

    Isn't it just perfect? Wishing the best for motherbird and the babies. 🙂

  17. #17 - Lori Katies Rose Cottage says:

    What a gorgeous nest ~
    It is so sweet and
    perfect ~

  18. #18 - Krista says:

    So cute!!

  19. #19 - Dianna says:

    Perfection *!*

  20. #20 - E.T says:

    i am so glad to find your blog, there are so many treasures here!!!

  21. #21 - Splendid Little Stars says:

    What a beautiful shot! and the necklace is lovely!

  22. #22 - Ann says:

    Just beautiful – nest and pendant – it was meant to be!

  23. #23 - marysworkshop says:

    Simple beauty at it's best!

  24. #24 - Amy @ Living Locurto says:


  25. #25 - A Perfect Peach says:

    they hatched! amazing that you were able to snap a pic!

  26. #26 - Tora: says:

    Hi! Just found your blog via WhipUp and LOVE IT! What a fun place to visit. I've added you to my favorites on my blog and will be back often, I cannot believe I've just spent over 2 hours just roaming the older posts on your site. Thanks for all the great downloads and SO MUCH INSPIRATION!!!!!

  27. #27 - Mountain Thyme says:

    Isn't it a little late for new baby birds? Even in California?

  28. #28 - Cathe Holden says:

    Mountain Thyme-

    Well, I really know nothing about the life cycle of birds, but I always thought of eggs and babies in the Spring was par for the course. Apparently not! Who knew?

  29. #29 - Jenn Seratt says:

    When I see sights like this I am awed that God, the creator of the universe, not only cares for these little babies, but knows the number of every feather on their little bodies. How intricately and wonderfully made! Big bang? I don't think so.

  30. #30 - Haleel says:

    I have just stumbled upon your blog, which I'm loving the craft ideas and tips. But I did just want to say these baby birds for some reason just made me really happy!