It also doesn't matter if they are four legged or two legged or if they have wings. In fact, I wasn't at all surprised when she developed a love for birds and in particular, owls.
Her first encounter with an owl was back in 2012. There was a local display on at the park and Miss C was straight over to this beautiful scoops owl called Honey. Not only was she brave enough to hold Honey, she was stroking her and trying to kiss her.
At the weekend, Husband took the kids along to a fun day hosted by the owner of a local motorbike shop. Husband visits the shop regularly with his own motorbike. There was a bouncy castle, face painting and...
...owls! This isn't Honey but it is the same kind of owl. I love their little tufts of feathers on top of their heads. It makes them look a bit cat like.
Miss C also held a barn owl which is my Mum's favourite kind of owl. I just love her face in this photo. Despite the noisy background and rubbish quality, Miss C's beaming smile immediately stands out.