In Canada, when we see a robin, it is a sure sign that spring is upon us. Robins are something we look forward to seeing. Therefore it is fitting that I have a robin for a spring character.
Each spring, Mrs. Robin has three babies to take care of. She is a very devoted, caring and loving mother to her children. She takes better care of her babies than she does herself.
There are times in life that we do put our own needs on the back burner while we care for our loved ones. Mrs. Robin is exactly like that. Nothing will stand in the way of her babies happiness and well-being. Mrs. Robin loves her babies with all her heart.
Pit Questions and Answers
- Which character has a jealous tendency?
– I think Mrs. Robin would be jealous of Bluey Bluebird because Bluey Bluebird doesn’t have a care in the world. He has nobody to look after except for himself.
- Which character have I written about the most?
– I have written about Mrs. Robin the most. Mrs. Robin appears in some of Mrs. Tulip and some of Bluey Bluebird stories.
- Which character feels like they are treated fairly?
– I think Bluey Bluebird would think he is being treated fairly because he doesn’t have a care in the world. Mrs. Robin, on the other hand, has to take care of her babies.
- Do these two characters like each other?
– If Mrs. Robin could get past the fact that she is jealous of Bluey Bluebird, then I think these characters would get along just fine.
- Which character is closer to my heart?
– I think Bluey Bluebird is closer to my heart and that is because of his beautiful blue colour. Blue is my favourite colour.
- Will I be writing future stories about these two characters?
To sum up the character pit between Mrs. Robin and Bluey Bluebird, Mrs. Robin is jealous of Bluey Bluebird. She is jealous because she always has a ton of work to do, looking after her three babies. All Bluey Bluebird does is sit on a fence post most of the day.