Elliott has learnt a new expression, something to do with hurting his feelings. He likes it so much that he uses it all the time.
“Mummy, when you tell me off it hurts my feelings”
“Mummy, when you ask me to tidy up my room it hurts my feelings”
“Mummy, don’t ask me to eat my broccolis because it hurts my feelings”
“Victor, give me the Transformer you have just picked up from the toy basket because it hurts my feelings if you don’t!”
“Not letting me use the iPad to play games right now really hurts my feelings!”
I guess that it could be a lot of things potentially usable in therapy…