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Date:9/22/2014 4:38:06 PM
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I Bit Dad!
Dad's a little upset with me today. He was measuring the space by the window below my cage and for some unknown reason, I flew on him and bit his arm above his wrist. My mom hurried and pick me up off his shoulder where I ran up to. I guess I'm becoming a little territorial of my space in the aviary. I'll have to be extra nice to dad now since now I know he was measuring for a baseboard heater for us. I let Dad pick me up again, but I know his arm hurts now.
It has been a long time since I bit Dad. Dad knows I'm still a little hormonal this time of year and that I really prefer my mom so everything will be ok.
Mom moved Tweet out of the aviary as every time she was working with him, I became just a wee bit jealous. What can I say, I haven't been with Mom in a long time!
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