Feed on

My baby is growing up, I’m going to have to get another one.  He doesn’t even make begging noises anymore!



Trevor has about a foot of buffer that he wants Stonewall to maintain, but Conner lets him get pretty close.  Just look at Trevor eyeing Stonewall in this picture.  He’s so funny.



Stonewall has been singing every morning, which is charming on weekdays when I’m getting ready for work but less than ideal when it occurs at 6:30am on a Saturday.  It’s helping Connor, though, because he’s singing and whistling pretty frequently now too.  Glorious, wonderful Stonewall is going to save Conner!  He’s also the most snuggly of the cockatiels so I’m a big fan.



4 Responses to “Stonewall Makes Friends”

  1. Shannon says:

    Oh, your tactics worked, Elizabeth! This is so heart-warming to see that Connor is coming back from his depression. It’s amazing how deeply these little guys bond with certain buddies. I just don’t know what I’ll do if one of my cockatiels dies, because the other one will be just as devastated as Connor. This is just great and made my day!

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Yay! I’m so glad I could make your day better. Your posts about Steve have had the same affect on me.

  3. Tiffany says:

    :)!!!! This is great news! I’m so happy for Connor and his adorable new little buddy. Glad he’s such a little snuggler too.

    At least Trevor has The Hand lol!

  4. Elizabeth says:

    I’m hoping Trevor will learn to be a nicer bird by watching Conner and Stonewall. He gets better if I’m consistent about interacting with him. It’s just so hard because he’s such a spaz.