Kids and Grandkids – Age 5 to 9

cartoon osprey

Harriett:

“It has come to the Doctor’s attention; there are children and grandchildren watching us.  We osprey mature rapidly compared to the human species. I believe my understanding of human culture exceeds the Doctor’s understanding of ours, and I don’t mind telling you, I am offended by the Doctor’s comments regarding the Cultural Differences Argument.

Nonetheless, I offer this token of love to the children and grandchildren of the Doctor’s friends. The more we learn about each other, the better the world will be. This is someting the Doctor and I do agree upon”

But, before we go on;

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The following section is considered G for general audiences.

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In the case that you detect any PG, PG-13, R, or NC-17 content, please let the Doctor know.

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Children and Grandchildren

Osprey fly in a V-formation over long distances.

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Your mom or grandmom will explain why.

Try this link. I think you will like it.

https://voicethread.com/share/2275902/

But that’s not all! Click here for a Free Coloring Book!

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The fun never stops.

Do you want to see some baby ospreys? Well, they are right here:

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Here they are with their mother. She feeds and protects them until they are big and strong.

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Their father catches fish for them and will teach them how to fly.

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See the fish. It’s dinner time!

Come back and check out this web page any time you like. I guarantee it will be awesome, and you will learn some things that your parents and grandparents have not told you.

Do you know about The Stork?

To be continued…………………………….

About Harriett Raptor

Harriett O. Raptor 8-year-old mother of five, lifelong mate of Ozzie Raptor until he perished last year, fluent in telepathy with The Doctor and possessor of genetic memory. She is an intellectual, a scholar, philosopher and thinker; a wise, learned osprey especially distinguished for her expertise on the H. sapiens problem.
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8 Responses to Kids and Grandkids – Age 5 to 9

  1. Vicky says:

    Love this!!! My Riah will as well!!! Keep nudging the Doctor, Harriet, this is a “good thing”!!!

    • It seems like Harriett is in control of my life. I wake up in the morning thinking about her. At work it is an effort to stay focused on the patients. She is interfering with my bridge studies, as if she is jealous. I love her, and I know she loves me, but don’t we both have to function in our own environments? Perhaps it is all me; a one sided obsession. But what ever it is, I’ve got to get a grip.

  2. Linda Cumberland says:

    I love it!!! Can’t wait to share with my grandchildren. LindaC

    • The idea for this post came from Harriett on Sunday night. She seemed to be telling me to lighten up; get off science and philosophy and have a littler fun. It was not through telepathy, but through body language. I think she wants me to learn to sign.

  3. Thank you for the link to the website. My 4 year old grandson will love watching it. Gena

    • Thank you for your feedback. I really do appreciate it. The birds can be mesmerizing if you watch them too long. They will start talking to you. If your grandchildren start taking back, do not be alarmed. It happens to me all the time, and I do not feel any harm has been done.

  4. Mark Merrick says:

    Great Addition! We took Molly to see some baby chicks last weekend. She loved them. I’ll show her the pictures of the baby osprey.

    • Thank you for your comment. I am getting a lot of favorable feedback on this one, even Margaret allowed herself to express that it was particularly good. It was fun putting it together. I am starting to get hits from all over the world. I’ll try to send you a map of the world showing what countries have had an individual visit the site. I’ve got a couple new ideas to make the web cam link easy. Thanks for your response.

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