||One and a half years old|
||Bradford, New York, USA|
there, my name is Prettyboy. I live in a large family of seven. I've got my
mom, her boyfriend, then my oldest sister Jessica, then my oldest
brother, Michael, next you got my next older sister Megan, then my
younger newborn sister and brother - they're twins.
I live in a small quite little town, but when you're inside my home
its buzzing with activity. It has been really busy since my mom had her
twins, I was a little confused and scared at first, because they
looked nothing like me! After a while I got used to them, but their
crying sometimes kept me up past my bedtime, so I would start squawking
to let my mom know.
In my year and a half that I've lived with my new family I've learned
to say some words like, Prettyboy, Prettybird, and Pretty Prettybird. As
you can tell I think I'm very pretty, and so does my family. My mom
often calls me noisy bird, but I just tell her I'm singing a song.
Right now my big sister took my favorite mirror away because I was
biting really hard. I told her that I was protecting my girlfriend who is,
I shall say, very pretty, just like me! I keep squawking to let her
know I'm mad, but she}s typing on the computer. I know that if I be good
that she'll give it back, then I'll be happy again.
My most favorite thing to do is go in my sister's bedroom with her and
fly around. I love to go and perch on the windows in the summer when she
has the screen in. Then I can chirp to all the birds outside. It's really
exciting when they fly past the window!
But I'll never forget one day when my sister had me in her room
flying, and I got out. I flew around in the dinning room and in the
kitchen, then out the door! At first I was excited, but then I was afraid
when I saw all the other birds, so I flew to a tree right next to my
house, and chirped really loud. After a little while my big sister Jess
found me. They checked me all over to make sure I was all right, and of
course I was. I won't do that again!
Well I've got to go now, it's supper time, and grandma's over. Bye.