Yeah you are probably right about that, but some characteristic show up early.
When looking at my daughters Meyers and my Meyers they are so different, even though they are both males and close to same age. Sunny does not hold a grudge and if Gaugan gets rough he forgives her almost instantly. When Gaugan is on me, Sunny wants to be on me, and is pacing excitedly, he just wants to be where all the action is and he wants to fit in.....I know we shouldnt look at parrots with human feelings....lol....but it looks to me like Sunny is always saying "are you okay with me know, can I be near you know?"
My daughters Meyers is a lot more like Gaugan than Sunny in some ways. He likes to be the "big boss" of the parrots. He gets moody and jealous if he is not getting the most atttention.He has a big reaction, if another parrot will not be friends with him. He does not lsten about going on furniture, and keeps on with it. He is pals with a GGC but lately the GGC is not wanting to hang with the other parrots much. My daughter Meyers seems to be saying " I want to do what I want and everyone should like me best"
It wil be interesting to see how they develop.
When Gaguan was one year old she already showed her characteristics. At her "terrible twos" she became more stubborn. At around 4 years old she decided she hated cockateils, because they would not folow rules she thought were in place and that is when she got really chewy. She still tolerated Budgies, other Pois and Conures, because they gave her "space" At the age she is now she has mellowed a lot and is capable of much more understanding of situations, and of having realtionships with many people, but if she becomes insecure or jealous, everyone except for me has to look out. The other day Gaugan was moody and my hubby had been talking a lot to Sunny and Gaugan flew down and pecked at his toes. I have told him never to shuffle back, but he had to, its instinct i guess. If I give Sunny what Gaguan thinks is too much atttention she will get all sulky, and I have to go charm her out of it. Gaugans motto is be unpredictable, keep them on their toes......lol