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This seems to be Xaviers favorite word. If I ask him to do anything all I get is "what?" Its REALLY frustrating. Heres an example.
Me: "Xavier go play on the mat"
Me: "Go and play on your mat"
Me: "Can you go and play on your mat please?"
Me: "GO AND PLAY ON YOUR MAT!"
I know he can hear and understand what Im saying, so how do I get him to stop?
I know Holly hates when I threaten to do something for her. So "go sit down for dinner" followed by a 'what?" would then be :Go sit down for dinner or I'll will put you in your chair myself" and then proceed as necessary. A bit of a hassle but seems to work. I don't ask something of them over and over. I ask and then I do.