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Date:9/21/2014 5:33:47 AM
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Hi, Cleo,
Yeah, we both have our distinct personalities too. Sometimes we are hard to tell apart, but our behavior gives us away, heehee. Our wake up chirp is usually 'I love you' or at least it sounds like that's what we're saying. We've done the wolf whistle on occasion too. The first thing the parronts do is get us fresh water and then fresh food so we don't usually have to yell, lol. We have heard about the loudness and challenge a 'too presents, they really need an experienced mom (or dad) to thrive.

Our mom prefers the early shift. She's done the closing and the midday and the overnights too. Didn't like the overnights. Mom's used to the split days off as she has one day when she only works a half day so those almost feel like none workdays.

Have a great day, wing hugs and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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