Have you been wearily rising from bed as of late feeling needier than usual? Clinging to your duvet/onesie/significant other?
We think we know why - because it's bloody baltic out and the world is a terrible place. And it seems we're not the only ones who think so...
Wildlife photographer, Daisy Gilardini, waited for an incredible 117 hours to capture a family of polar bears leaving their den in Canada.
Her wait involved suffering through gruelling 40mph winds, just to get the perfect shot. And she absolutely nailed it.
This cub encapsulates exactly how we're all feeling on these cold, wet, blustery mornings. Except that the polar bears look that little bit more approachable than our grumpy selves.