Hello fellow parrotlet lovers! I am a new parrotlet owner (and a first time bird owner) and I would love to chat with some that are well experienced with dealing with parrotlets. My baby is four months old and she is amazing! So acrobatic and intelligent. I am madly in love. However, she bites! She will chirp at me and "ask" to be held...and then bite me a moment later. It is important for me to note that I have two children ages 5 and 3. They are very happy about owning a baby bird and they want to help me take care of her. With my supervision, I allow my two children to hold my parrotlet. However, they are getting bitten. I refuse to apply any negative techniques to my parrotlet to get her to stop biting (shaking, tapping, yelling, placing on the floor where she feels scared) and so I am looking for some positive reinforcers to implement in order to "ask" her to stop biting. Does anyone have any "nice" methods of stopping the biting that I could utilize to encourage my baby not to bite? Thank you in advance for any help!