Thanks for the compliments!
I'm not quite sure if Olivia is an Albino. Her eyes are red, but they are a dark red; almost hard to tell. I'm not sure what this means the baby may be, it's exciting to have something to look for.
This morning as I'm getting ready for work I heard the baby sqwaking...it was soooo loud! So I went to check to see what the heck is going on. Come to find out it was upset because mommy had left it... To my surprise she was sitting in the entrance of the nest box being fed, by BOTH Petey & Baby!!!! When one bird was regurgitating, the other was feeding her. Boy, Olivia may make a quick recovery (mom birds tend to look shabby throughout all this), and baby is going to be FAT and HEALTHY!!!
Yes, I'm keeping an eye on the boys and their interactions within the cage. If things start to get tense, I'll remove Baby (male bird, not the chick), but for now there seems to be a happy, yet odd triad family atmosphere.
Tonight I'll try to get some better pictures, I may have to use mannual focus on my camera to get better details. Gosh, I don't even want to leave now!!!