Tabitha loves drawing birds. Here is her latest masterpiece plus the story she narrated to me, which I wrote on the back.
The mother is saying "Tweet Tweet (sigh)" and is crying. To find out why you will have to read the story below.
(Just to clarify, this is not Tabitha's handwriting. She asked me to write her story as she dictated it to me. She insisted I use a crayon though, so it isn't my best handwriting. I have decided I don't really like writing with a crayon.)
In case you are having trouble reading it, here is the story:
Once upon a time a mother bird laid four eggs. They were about to hatch. The mother bird went off to find food for them. While she was gone an eagle came and took away her three baby girls. When the mother bird got home she was upset to see her triplets gone. The only one left now was the boy baby bluebird. The mother bird saw the eagle and noticed he had her baby girls. Just then her baby boy hatched. The mother gave the baby some food before going to get the baby girls. They got them back and the mother bird gave them some food. The End