*names will be adjusted if their sex reveals itself to be male.
They are spending most of the day outside today, weather is warm and they are so very happy out there, even in their little penned area.
I’ve been calling them Nikki and Nora for weeks now, but didn’t want to introduce them by name until I was sure it was going to stick. I can easily tell them apart and their personalities are polar opposites, which is fun. I’m still 90% convinced they are female because of the way they talk – they have a strong, high pitched quack and they talk constantly. Males have a gravelly voice and are not as talkative. But until we see a turned up tail feather (male) or see eggs (around October) it’s all speculation.
Meanwhile, meet Nora:
I mentioned in a previous post that Penelope’s hormones have hit hard. She comes to me for skritches when it gets to be too much. Which is adorable. But lately her focus has been Bixby.
I will get it on video if I can. But this series should give you a good idea of what’s going on in my backyard. LOL Continue reading
I cannot imagine taking this call:
It’s difficult to get a good photo of their cuteness, because they tend to turn away from the camera. That was the case here. They were at the door, peering in as I fixed their breakfast. But as soon as I went to photograph them, away they went.
I did manage to get a closeup though. I cannot tell you how adorable I find it that they await their meal as I get breakfast and dinner together for the furry critters. They HAVE food in their dish all day, but they expect to participate in the mealtime ritual, regardless.
Today we had a disagreement about making the bed. Usually, they help. Today they were like, “naw, we’re comfy and we’re not moving.”
The bed did not get made until late morning. They’re lucky they’re cute.
Reposting to let you know that Facebook banned this because it violated their “standards”. I’ve now put the photo below the fold because of its sensitive nature. 😂😂 Continue reading