Look at this tired mother. We know her. We love her. We are here. Just when she thought she got her pups tired enough, one decides playtime is far from over. Sounds like every human mother’s hopes and dreams of a proper nap.
We are impressed with this furry mom right here. Not only is she putting up with that pup’s shenanigans, but she is also taking care of the siblings, as well as herself. You go, Mama Wolf!
Want a Baby Brother? Leave Us Alone
One of the main obstacles to trying to have a second baby is that so much of your privacy has disappeared. Finding a quiet place at home where you can do what is biologically necessary to have a baby has become mission impossible.
Have you ever thought of what that might be like for a turtle? They carry their houses on their backs! There are no doors to close, no privacy whatsoever! We just hope the little baby turtle isn't scarred for life from stumbling upon his parents as they're trying to make him a sibling.
Stop Bullying My Kids
Seagulls have acquired quite a pesky reputation. They've become so accustomed to humans they started becoming cheeky — stealing the sandwich or chips you were just about to have by the beach. This is why we tend to assume that whatever mama goose and papa goose are yelling at — it was the seagulls' fault.
Those powerful parents look just like any two human parents would look if they found out someone has been picking on their child. We wouldn't dream of messing with them.
Can I Have Some of That?
You know that feeling when your baby starts eyeing your food? It happens around the time you start weaning them from the bottle, but they still can't really digest all kinds of solid food. So no matter how much you love them, they can't have whatever it is that's on your plate.
This little joey (that's what you call a baby kangaroo, in case you didn't know) seems to be eyeing his mother's breakfast in the same way. Don't worry, little buddy. Soon you'll be old enough to hop around and graze all you want.
Good Morning, Baby
Not all parents wake up too early while questioning their life choices. Some mornings (mostly weekend mornings) are pure bliss. You wake up at a later hour, enjoy the sunshine filtering through your windows, and get a good morning kiss from your kids.
It looks like this family of prairie dogs is enjoying just that kind of morning. Waking up in a beautiful, sunny field with your family by your side? The first thing on the agenda would obviously be to smooch your kid!