I have a four year old boy. He has recently gotten into this habit of saying these words "I don't want it" It sounds really simple, but it's become a daily struggle. He says it about breakfast, lunch, and dinner- we have a daycare, so we plan our menu, if he doesn't like whats on the menu we do not have the time to offer him something else and I think the other children would feel confused about special treatment. Meal times are the hardest but he also says 'I don't want it' about places we go, about t.v. shows, about toys, about games, about questions we ask, stories we tell, we is becoming increasingly negative. He's almost five, recently moved across the country five monthes ago, flys once a month across the country to visit dad, but doing exceptional in school. Any thoughts?
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