Watching me pour some grapefruit juice for myself, three-year-old Hazel says, “I want some of that juice, too.”
“Are you sure? It’s really sour.” I pour her about an inch.
“I want a lot.”
I pour her an inch more. “Okay. I expect you to drink all of it.”
She carries it to the table and we both sit down and start eating our lunch. She takes a sip of her juice, and puckers. “Actually I don’t want this sour juice.”
I raise my eyebrows. “Okay. Give it to me, then.”
She passes the cup over, then says, “Now you have two juices. I expect you to drink all of my juice.”