Hi,
My girlfriend gave me a couple of lovebirds as a birthday present a week ago, a present I really appreciated since I love animals and have had some other birds before, but never any kind of parrots.

I have really read a lot this days and I know now her choice was not the best one since my lovebirds haven't been hand fed and already are 7 months old.
The thing is that I really like them and want to tame them, I know this will be nearly impossible but I'm a very patient person and really want to try. Right now they are way scared of me, I've tried letting them out of the cage because the one they have now is too small (I'm getting a new bigger one delivered in 2 or 3 days) but they are even more scared when they are out.
For know I will just wait two or three weaks until they are more confortable.
I've read it's better to tame them one by one, does this mean to have different cages or just getting one out and then the other one?

The cage I'm getting is a "Montana Brazil", is this big enough? would you recommend a different one?
Also, would you recommend buying a taming book? if so, which one? I believe there is enough info on the net but I wouldn't mind buying one.

When I don't get too close they are alright, they look at me and show some interest. They also fell asleep when I play guitar, that's nice, I had never seen a bird sleep before.
I don't know if the cage is the problem or if I just won't be able to tame them but I will try, I really like them and want them to feel confortable with me.
Please excuse my english as I am native spanish, and thanks in advance for any advice.
I've read it's better to tame them one by one, does this mean to hav different cages or just getting ... other (ie. in different rooms). It may still be possible to tame them whe they live together, but more difficult

For now, don't even try to tame/train them, just hang out with them, ge them used to seeing you and learning that you are not dangerous to them Try to give them treats, like millet, fruits, etc. Birds often will lik you a lot more if have treats for them
Also, would you recommend buying a taming book? if so, which one? believe there is enough info on the net ... I think that at the very least, they should be able to ge used to you and not fear you

For example, my parents' lovebird is not tame, but is used to people enoug that he can be outside the cage, fly around, eat treats from our hands etc. That is enjoyable enough, even without being fully tame. Good luck!