I was getting Harrison put into his car seat, and he didn't want to get in without my hat in his hand, but that gets in the way of the car seat straps. After a few minutes of disagreement, I finally told him he could have my hat AFTER I got his strapped in. To my surprise, he looks up at me and says, "Okay, cooperative agreement"!!! I have no clue where he got this, and it's even more amazing that he used in in the proper context. Every once in a while, I catch glimpses like this, and it gives me the motivation I need to keep his treatment going.
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