One of the best ways to bring some fun into your family and household is to get a parrot. The parrot will quickly become an extension of your family and add another dimension to you and your family. However, adopting any animal comes with the necessary steps to make sure your family and the animal get along, especially if you have a child.
As for whether parrots get along well with children, this is a rather complicated question. To answer the question…yes, parrots are good with kids as long as you give them enough time to make sure they are okay around each other. No matter what kind of bird you have, it can pose a serious health risk to your baby if you refuse to take any precautions. The child’s immune system can’t handle much, and the parrot, without knowing it, can seriously affect the child’s immune system.
In addition to the child’s immune system, you should be aware of your parrot’s temperament. Considering aspects of how they behave with people, how they react to loud noises and how they should cope with changes. If you already have a child and want to get a parrot, then it is best to ask the parrot seller how the parrot treats children. They will most likely give you an honest answer and tell you the truth about how you can make sure your parrot and baby get along well.