Watching the little ones as they explore the world and learn to cope with it is fascinating. As a parent, I was more focused on the care of our little ones. With grand-kids ages 28 to 5, we watched them as they became adults (some still are on that path). As a great-grand parent, it has been a joy to watch the first of the next generation learn to think and do things. He has approached life as "watch", "think" "do".
I think I can throw a football.
I think I can play this game!
I know I can throw this ball.
First encounter with a small frog. What's he thinking?
Dancing at his Mom and Dad's wedding.
He watched for a while and then joined the dancing.
(The older boy was really good.)