Daniel and Michael are very different from other children their age in one significant respect: they share. Not necessarily willingly, but they understand the concept and each will surrender choice toys (staplers, sharp nails etc.) to the other upon request. They often spend time holding a cherished object and then handing it over, waiting a moment or two, screaming to get it back and then handing it over again. In the car on the way to the creche the other morning, Mr. Waffle, foolishly, brought just one bottle. Daniel glugged away happily but, after a while Michael indicated he wanted the bottle. Mr. Waffle while driving deftly transferred the bottle to Michael. He expected Daniel to start wailing but he didnâ€™t. When he next looked back, he realised that Michael after taking a refreshing slug, had passed the milk back to Daniel.