Adam has been protesting EVERYTHING. i dont care what it is he protests. the act of putting on his shoes so he can go out to play gets a protest. taking his jacket off when he comes in gets a protest. giving him food, something i KNOW he likes to eat, still gets a protest. i understand he needs to be able to make his own choices and we do that whenever it is appropriate, but there are some things not up for choices, like, you have to walk out the door to get outside! that gets a protest too! it is always short lived, lasts only a few short seconds, but it is loud and stubborn. what could be causing this? he does it at school to. teacher says he protests everything there too, things he loves to do, there are schedules he uses at school, he LOVES going to PE, she says when they are told to get ready to go he protests, once he is there he is fine. the 5 minute warning isnt working so good anymore, it did for a while but doesnt seem to be working so much anymore. any ideas ladies, and gents? :)
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