Tales from the Motherhood: ‘Wild Baby Shower’ to aid Fox Valley Wildlife Center’s growing need
Two days after Easter, I spotted a bunny in my neighbor’s yard through my kitchen window. She stood still as a sentry for several minutes, staring in the general direction of my front porch. As the pan I washed scraped against the sink, she flinched slightly, but didn’t budge, so I called the kids to the window to have a look. I imagined she was scoping out a safe place to have her babies, but Ashley Flint, director of the Fox Valley Wildlife Center in Elburn, suggested that she may already have had them.