What would you do?

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May 19, 2017 14:18
I have a question!

Let's say you went to the park with your children, and your children want to play with the toys of someone who happens to be there. What would you do?

I had those situations lots of times, and I usually let him play with that toy after I asked their parents if it's okay. When another child wants to play with my son's toys, of course I let them play with his toys.

But sometimes my son really loves someone else's toys more than his toys and he wouldn't give them back, which bothers me a little bit because he will cry crazily when I take the toys back to the owners.


There's a time he can give it back saying ”Thank you”, but it's rare.

This happened to him again, and I thought maybe it's better to make a rule that he can play only with his toys until he learns how to say ”can I play with your toys” and ”thank you”.

Hmm, I'm not really sure how I should deal with this. Any suggestions?
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