I have a very new baby conure named Tiki, almost 3 months old. I've had her for a month now, and while she is SUCH a sweet bird who loves cuddles, and pets, and obnoxious amounts of attention...it's difficult to give it to her sometimes. She's becoming increasingly more nippy the braver and more curious she gets, and that means a few new very small scars here and there, and lots of frustration. I am talking on the face, the fingers, the arms, back of the neck, toes. Anything goes. The breeder told me to push into her instead of yank away, and sternly tell her no. However, what that seems to do is just stress her out, make her frustrated from the amount of times I have to do it (because she nips that often), and make her bite more or panic and get upset. And then she bites more. Which leads to me eventually having to put her away and walk away to let her calm down and not get overwhelmed. I try not to do it too often, as I don't want her to learn to bite me constantly if she wants back in the cage, but sometimes I feel kinda stuck. And obviously I'm making no progress with this method. I've read and watched so many videos and articles about bite training, but it's almost crazy how many methods people have. Blowing in their face, shaking so they get unsteady, setting them down, putting them back in the cage, saying no and pushing, putting them somewhere and putting your back to them and ignoring them, and tons more. What are some of the methods you've had with success for a VERY nippy conure baby? Or is it me that's the problem? Tiki is my first "real parrot", and I wanna do right by her.