After school, just out of the school gate, I saw a stall selling chickens and ducks. You see, how lovely the chicken with golden fluff and the duck with grey body are! In my bitter pleading, grandma finally agreed to buy me chickens and ducks.
On the way home, I packed them both in bags. As soon as I hold them up with my hands, they close their eyes and don't move, they don't call, pretend to be dead! As soon as I put them down, they would "creak" as if they were shouting, "who will help me out? Let me out! "
When I got home, I fed, watered and cleaned them. Gradually, we became good friends.
I found that the eyes of chickens are very different from those of people. When people close their eyes, they will have their upper eyelids down. When chickens close their eyes, they will have their lower eyelids up. Isn't it strange? The duckling is bigger than the chicken. Wherever the chicken goes, the duckling goes. Once the chick has a rest in a corner, the duckling will squeeze it and push it away. The chick will move to another place. The duckling will immediately follow it and squeeze it again, as if it were the tail of the chick. They like warm places. As soon as I get to it, it will stand on my feet. Dad said it is warm on people's feet. So we turn on the lights for them everyday. One morning, my father and mother and I were going to work and go to school. Before we left, my mother said, "it costs too much electricity to turn on the light every day." After that, he "snapped" the light off, and the chicks and ducklings immediately opened their voices and "chirped." Dad said, "turn it on quickly!" I turned on the light again, and the two of them stopped crying, which made our whole family laugh. Another afternoon, the sun is shining on the balcony. Chickens and ducks are basking in the sun! I saw the chicks stretching their calves, lying on their stomach and sleeping, and the ducklings were sleepy, askew as human beings, and sleeping by the chicks, which was so interesting!
Since there are so many lovely little guys in our family, we all have to tell the funny stories we found about them every day. We always laugh happily. Our new members bring us too much joy!