Well, our male English Budgie is a great and attentive father...the only issue is that there's no baby or babies. For quite some time now, he's been very attentive to particular "toys" and feeds them as if they were actual babies. This includes having a ravenous appetite and also he's noticeably more "nervous" than he was before this behavior settled in. Is it advisable or safe for us to remove the particular "toy" that he believes is the baby so that he can return to his calmer and less agitated condition? He's actually on his "second baby" after he finally abandoned one hanging toy for another. This has been going on for a year or so with no sign of ending. THANKS!