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Listen to this sass!

Me: "Nathan! Get out of this room and stop bothering your sister!"
Nathan: "No, Mom! No!"
Me: "Yes. You are not the boss."
Nathan: "Yes I ammmmm."
Me: "No, you are not."
Nathan, mumbling: "Yes I am the boss..."

Then I ran out to document the sass. He did just come down to hug me and said "I'm sorry, Mom." We are in for a world of hurts, as we all think he is so funny even when he is being difficult that he almost always gets what he wants in the end. I'm going to have to work on reestablishing mom-dominance this week!

1 comment:

Undomestic said...

With my first child, who was in preschool, all I had to say was, "Who's in charge" and he would know to say "You are" and change his ways...he learned this at preschool. With my second child, when I asked, "Who's in charge?" he'd respond, "ME!" referring to himself. Who knows what my third little munchkin will come up with!