my dad is teaching me how to play the guitar so I can become a superstar its good to do other stuff than be on Facebook all the time and my dad got me into this so I can become a good speller and to write comments
and I love doing this blog its great for me to learn and get to know people and its good that we live in Melbourne. and I love it up here and I am thinking to do childcare for a part time job.
me and my dad love taking picture’s of us and he is the best dad ever that I could ever have .
From my point of view as Susannah's dad it gets her off all that social media like face book and makes her focus on writing and reading other blogs. It takes a lot more effort to learn blogging than to click around on Facebook.
From my point of view as Susannah, my dad and I get to do this together. I am learning new things. I just learnt how to change background colors. I have seen many great blogs already. Dad and I have taken many pictures of the birds and Ben the dog together.I am teaching dad a bit about Facebook. I am feeling down sometimes and take it out on dad but I don't mean to and have trouble controlling it.
We have also included Michelle, my sister, in this blog but we are having trouble getting her to write a post. she is happy to pose for pictures with her Benny.
Suzy one of our bird whisperers has amazing insider secrets to taming birds to sit on your finger and not bite.
1. Be patient and spend lots of time with the bird
2. Feed it its favorite food. for lorikeets it is apple
3. when it goes for your finger do not pull back it will sense your fear.
4.start them young. babies just out of the breeding box are great.
5.They will be wild at first -don’t be discouraged by this.
6.get a net. You may need it to retrieve it when it gets up on the curtain rails.
7. Be mindful of open doors and windows .they like to fly away.
8. Get a friendly bird whisperer from your neighbor hood to baby sit when you are away
Well that’s all for now folks. I will be happy to receive your kind comments.
Birds get into all kinds of places to escape being trained by our two expert bird whisperers. We had to pull a whole bunch of books out of the bookcase to find this little escapee. Before long he will be sitting tamely on the ends of the girl’s fingers as natural as if it is a branch in an idyllic woodland.
some photos taken of Ben on a morning walk down at the Werribee river. Ben is good with other dogs and people. He loves his off lead time. He actually thinks he is a sheep and has a wooly winter coat at the moment.
I started blogging with Suzy and Michelle on the hand friendly birds blog a few days ago. They love their birds and I wanted to do an activity that got me more involved with what they were doing. i have found that it has engaged them in the process of liking and commenting on other people’s blogs. we have found some blogs about birds and dogs but not very many. If there are any bloggers out there who are blogging with their kids let us know how you are getting along
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