Thursday, September 16, 2010

You're bothering me.

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On our way to preschool orientation last week I was quizzing Jack about social situations he might encounter. Our guy has a tendency to be a little... uh, aggressive at times.

 

Me: What do you say to Colton if he takes a toy from you.

Jack: I forget.

Me: I don't like that Coco. Can I please have it back?

Jack: (repeats) I don't like that Coco. Can I please have it back?

 

Me: What do you say if Eli is playing with something you want.

Jack: Ummm.

Me: Eli, could I please have a turn when you're done?

Jack: (repeats) Eli, could I please have a turn when you're done?

 

We continued reviewing these situations, remembering the fact that we don't push or scream when things don't go our way. You know, wanting to make a good first impression and all. Then I hear from the back seat:

 

Jack: Mama, what do I say to you if I want you to stop bothering me?

3 comments:

Dinglefest said...

Bwahahahahaha. I love it.

amosclarkson said...

That is TOO awesome!! Love our boys...

Rachel said...

That is great! Ha!