"Tyler, please pick up the cheese you dropped on the floor."
"Um, no thank you."
"Let's try this again."
"Tyler, you may have your lollipop after lunch or never. When do you choose?"
"I choose never."
"I'm pretty sure you don't know what that means."
"Tyler, you may play for ten more minutes."
"No, I'll play for six minutes. Or three."
A master negotiator, of sorts, this three-year-old. Or so he thinks.