Light dawns and Baby Blue-Jay tweets,
Mummy Blue-Jay feeds him berry breakfast treats.
They stretch their wings, there’s a rainbow in the sky,
Up they go, across the rainbow they fly.
Baby is about to fly for the first time,
Watching with pride, Mummy beams as he makes his climb.
He takes a deep breath, soaring up above,
Looking into Mummy’s eyes, he feels her love.
Baby’s wings flap so hard – he’s trying his best,
Mummy pauses for a cuddle and rest.
Massaging baby’s wings, Mummy keeps him near.
Together they watch the sun shine on Cherry Street Pier.
Mummy tweets a sweet song
Baby’s eyes light up and he sings along.
Chirping a happy sounding whistle
Baby learns to talk, flitting to a thistle.
“It’s time to fly,” Mummy sings to Baby Blue-Jay.
The flock comes to cheer and play.
Their wings start to flutter, their feet hop-hop,
Over branches, soaring above a rooftop.
Perching on branches, Baby jumps for joy,
An acorn tree – not just food, also a fun toy.
Collecting acorns is Baby’s favourite thing to do.
How many can you count? 1-2-3 then up he flew!
Baby loves to play Acorn-Hide-And-Seek,
He buries acorns in the ground using his beak.
Mummy doesn’t know where they could be.
They play Acorn-Peekaboo. Baby giggles with glee!
It’s time for bed. Baby’s in his nest.
Mummy holds him close to her chest.
Smiling she warbles, “Baby, I love you.”
“Mummy, I loved my Rainbow Day. I love you too.”