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Last Post 13-02-2017 11:23 AM by  Deb Tux
my new kids
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12-02-2017 8:53 PM
    First time on here got my two new kids 3 weeks ago and what a great pair of kids they are they follow us everywhere they are such a joy best thing i have ever done our grey is a bit of a swearer but he is so funny our too is a dancer they have filled our life thank you so much birdline and all who are involved
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    13-02-2017 8:22 AM
    Hi Mrs C, and welcome. Yes, the birds can be a joy (and a pain) but they're like chocolates - one is never enough...
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    13-02-2017 11:23 AM
    Congrats nd enjoy ur new kids😆😃
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