Hi everyone! I need some advice. To give a little background....I had first started talking about getting a bird a couple months ago, and in my head, I had wanted a smaller parrot. The one I had decided on was a green cheek conure. I had contacted a breeder, already had the one I wanted picked out, and just needed the supplies for when my baby was ready. When talking to my husband on buying a cage on ebay (since they were cheaper), he was talking about how he had always wanted a macaw. He liked the looks of them and loved that they could learn how to talk. I figured he didn't know what he was getting into, and after some research and going to the bird place nearby, we decided on going ahead and getting a macaw. We found a breeder just south of us that had a 8 month old female Camelot macaw, and went to look at her. Of course we both fell in love, and took her home. The breeder purchased her at 6 weeks old and finished hand-feeding her, so she had definitely bonded with him, since his wife had nothing to do with the birds. After bringing her home, she was ok with both of us, but of course had quickly bonded with my husband, although he doesn't really do anything to mess with her. I have developed a little jealousy over it, since I'm the one that is her primary caretaker, and I understand that she is an animal and that most of the time, birds do take to one person mostly. The annoying thing is....my husband works all day so he is gone and most of the time, she is perfectly fine with me...until he gets home. Then all she does is scream and carry on a fit if she's not with him. What are some ways we can work with her on this? Is it ever possible for her to become more ok with me than him? Has anyone else had this issue and if so, how did they become more ok with it? She is a sweet bird when we're home alone together, but she drives us crazy when he gets home....especially if she's not around him.