“Mom!” Stephen said, coming inside, “Adrian’s friend is making fun of me and saying ‘na-na-na-na boo boo baby’ to me!”
“Just ignore her,” I advise.
“I keep throwing dirt on her to make her stop,” He said, exasperated. “But she keeps saying it anyway.” He shook his head in bewilderment.
Yes, strange. Who could have predicted the failure of dirt-throwing as a method to get a Kindergartner to stop teasing? Maybe we need to work on our problem solving techniques.