Originally Posted By: ConnectingDots
Originally Posted By: Lepa
My three year old's last day of preschool (for the year) was yesterday. We had a picnic/celebration and I was trying to prompt him to say goodbye to his teachers, who were hugging him, so I said, "do you have anything you want to say to _?" My son replied (to the teacher), "I don't think I like this program. I like to do my own thing and I don't appreciate it when you are always making suggestions about what I should do." Well, that's a goodbye she probably won't forget for a while!


Oh my! Makes you wonder how long he had been waiting to say something like that to her.


Or whether, given his outspokenness, he had previously expressed that to her and she didn't change her approach.'

Either way, you have an articulate little self-advocate there. Good for him!
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