This blog post is the story of my experience of breastfeeding and how it made me wonder about how all the other mammals are getting on.
Before I had a baby I was told that breastfeeding is hard. I thought maybe
Although many different species of birds frequent our bird feeders in the garden, it is the kingdom of the Great Tit. These handsome, squabbalacious tits are the no-nonsense rulers of the peanut feeders. They pester, bully and quarrel with
Today, the first Sunday in May, is International Dawn Chorus Day. This day is an annual celebration of the peak of the spring dawn chorus symphony. All over the country there are early morning walks and events planned
As each of the spring flowers comes out, we get a little closer to the estimated due date of our little baby. First it was the snowdrops, then the crocuses, then the bright yellow daffodils and the calm white
One thing we were delighted to discover when we moved into The New House was that the peanut feeders in the garden were frequented by nuthatches. They are a bird I've always admired but not known a great deal
You know those days at work when you have a billion important work tasks to do (like preparing for Scotland's Trade Fair this weekend) but instead you manage to sketch a cheeky beaver called Walter? I'm having one of