I have a four month old grandson. He is a cutie just like his cousin, 'K", yet they have never seen each other because one lives in Texas and one lives here in Iowa.
Every Friday evening I get the privilege to "hang out" with my little (four-month old) grandson. This gives mommy and daddy a little dating time. I enjoy this because it gives me a chance to bond with him so that whenever he sees me, he will know who I am.
B. is not sitting up by himself yet, however, he does with someone holding him in that position. I just sit on the floor with him in front of me and pull the toys close enough so that he can attempt to play with them by batting them around. He has a little train that plays music while going across the floor. B. likes to take the blocks off the train and, of course, put them in his mouth or bat at them. He has several little toys lying around that I pull up to him so he can attempt to grab at them or bat at them.
Today, I talked with "mommy" and she told me they have lots of family over; one of whom is a little cousin about a couple months older than B. Mommy informed me that B was not sharing his toys and that whenever his little cousin tries to play with them, B. makes these baby sounds that tells them he doesn't want his cousin playing with his toys. Can you imagine that, a four-month-old not wanting to share? I got a kick out of that one; but just wait until he gets older -- it won't get any better. I've had issues with this starting with my first son on down to my seventh grandchild and each time I got a kick out of teaching them to share. My 13-year-old granddaughter, M, is still not very good at sharing.