It is Spring, and time for fairy dances, fairy princess parties, and for new growing things. Baby fairies, for instance! Have you spotted some? It can be hard to see fairies, and especially hard to see baby fairies, but you might notice some signs of them around.
Their wings are very small so they can’t fly far (thankfully – can you imagine them being able fly for long? They would all be floating off past the Flower Hills in the flick of a wing! That just wouldn’t do), but you might spot some in the spring flowers.
If you check the magnolia and cherry blossoms carefully, you might spot a baby fairy curled up warm and snug inside, having a nap. Baby fairies need lots of sleep to help their wings grow.
Where do baby fairies come from, you may ask? Some come from a human baby’s laughter, it is true. Because a baby’s laughter comes from a lot of love. But that’s not the only way that fairies are born. Fairies come from love itself – when there is so much love and joy that your heart might burst with it, it creates a firework explosion of light, and a fairy baby is born from that love. And the more fairies there are, the more that the flowers and trees, water and air, are all cared for and nurtured by them. So let’s love!
We see so much love and magic at fairy parties, sometimes hundreds of baby fairies are born. What a great way to celebrate!