I dont know what it is about teenage boys...

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When my son was fourteen he puffed his chest out at me one time... and though it took everything I had to bring this towering giant child of mine down, I took him down to the ground and reminded him that I was his mama. He is 27 now, and I am so very proud of the man he is and we have a great relationship.

A couple days ago, I watched the young cockerel (10 weeks?) my MamaBanty raised, rush at her- and she kicked his butt and chased him under the cypress tree. :pop

And then, last night, my beloved 15 week old Freckles= my snuggly, always on my arm, or leg, always friendly, wonderful Freckles...decided he needed to square up with me- my shin. So I picked him up much to his protesting and squawking and fussing...and we took a walk around the gardens, and stopped and admired all the veggies, and cuddled close. :plbb
The picture shows a very much "put in his place" Freckles after taking a long stroll and snuggle with me while all the others got to enjoy some free time free ranging before dark.

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I think it is called hormones.
definitely! I just have to say I love your quote from Mark Twain!

LOL... I remember the teenage boy thing.
Not sure the cockerel will be as 'easy'.
:lau He may grow up to be a jerk, but hes a bantam jerk. I just told him yesterday, :YOU LOVE ME I LOVE YOU darn it- but if you are a jerk, youll go the way the other roosters have gone from here. YOUR CHOICE" And much like male human counterparts in comparable hormone stage he didnt listen, he just ran off.
 

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