That’s not the only way we’re opposites. I can’t stand still, at least not unless I’m asleep. There’s too much going on and too many interesting things happening! There’s food to eat, toys to destroy, humans to climb and ride around the house, TV, movies, music to boogie to, birds outside to watch (and occasionally talk to) – how can Chloe sit so still and act like nothing’s happening? She can do that, too. She’s pretty mellow and can sit so still that you’d think she was a stuffed animal. She does perk up sometimes and play with her toys, or eat, but most of the time, she’s content with quietly riding on mommy’s shoulder or watching us from her favorite pink perch, and chattering to us.
Chatter – boy can she! She and mommy are yak yak yak! Both of them can go on and on. They talk to each other. They really do. Chloe will sit on mommy’s shoulder and chatter and chatter and chatter, and mommy loves it. She’ll chatter back, too, in English. Can you believe that? They chatter and aren’t even speaking the same language. Girls! Who can figure them?
Well, really it does work out to be a nice balance. And what’s more interesting is that we bonded to the parront that’s our own opposite. With the humans in the home, it’s mommy that’s high energy and always on the go, and daddy is the more mellow one, yet I bonded to daddy and Chloe bonded to mommy. I guess that yin and yang works out well, after all. It’s interesting; that’s for sure.
That’s all today. Take care. I hope you have a fantastic Friday and a wonderful weekend.