This lovely phrase has made its way home from daycare, and my son has said it numerous times over the past three days. I just tell him, "We don't say that. It's not polite and it hurts people's feelings." He will often agree not to say it, but then of course he uses it again. The most recent time, he said, "Well, Kendall (a girl in his class), says it."
Any thoughts on a new approach? I'm hoping that if I don't react too strongly he'll get tired of it and stop saying it. But I don't want to just ignore him in the meantime bc it's really not something I want my 3-year-old saying. KWIM?