Whenever my girls go to visit my parents, they firs they do is run to the kitchen window to see if any birds are eating from the window feeder my dad has attached to the window. But, as they run up near the sneak, the noise must startle the birds, as they usually fly away to the disappointment to my girls.
They have tried tip toeing into the kitchen, and even slid like snakes on the floor in hopes to catch a glimpse of the birds. But, each and every time they get close the sink, the birds fly off.
I had seen the My Spy Birdhouse infomercial on television one night and thought that this would be a cute gift to surprise the girls with. We don't have a bird feeder or house at house, so I thought this would be the perfect way to start attacking the birds to our back yard, so that my bird watching girls can enjoy the birds up close.
Before I could go online and order a My Spy Birdhouse, I had received an email asking if wanted to review it. Perfect timing, especially because I was thinking about picking up to try out and promote as part of my Easter gift guide. :-) Within a few days of the email, the My Spy Birdhouse arrived at my door.
I have shared that my husband is not a handyman, so I make a point to only pick up items that area easy to put together and have only a handful of pieces. When my husband saw the box and pieces, he thought it would be a daunting task to put it together. But, in a matter of minutes the My Spy Birdhouse was put together and ready to be suction cupped to the kitchen window.
I know that when the birds arrive, I, too, will enjoy observing them as I clean the dishes at the sink. And, the girls will go crazy, as they will finally be able to see a bird up close without scaring it away.
Are your kids bird lovers? If so, the My Spy Birdhouse would be the perfect gift to surprise them with this Easter. Now that the warmer weather is returning, so will the birds, and they will be looking for the perfect place to build a next. Why not offer them a comfy space, where they can build a nest, hatch their eggs and raise their young, while you get to observe with the kids, while not disturbing them?
Don't forget to follow My Spy Birdhouse on Facebook to share photos of the birds you and your observes, for special offers, etc.
The My Spy Birdhouse is available for only $14.99 (plus s/h) and can be purchased at www.myspybirdhouse.com.