Continued from the previous post: GASP
We interrupt this chicken-blog to bring you
who bashed herself against this window
day in and day out
for two weeks.
During brief breaks, she built this scruffy nest in a bush nearby.
She met herself a fella who liked her quirky ways, and in four days they had four eggs.
She tucked them in and sat on them.
Three hairy pink babies hatched on a cold morning, and the fourth hatched that afternoon.
Both parents cared for them tirelessly.
Babies grew huge as days grew warm.
In two short weeks they were done.
Alert and ready, they literally popped out of the nest.
They each spent a day in the bushes around the yard while the parents continued to feed them.
And now they're part of the world.
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