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Joshua the Poo-Inator, with one deadly motion he stops the Whinge-Inator mid whine.....
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I agree, it'll create a much bigger issue if you say something this late in the game.

I've got a couple of ideas. Next time you see a toy that you know Joshie wants to play with, suggest to the parent (or the children, that they take turns in sharing it). The child who has it first, gets it for a few minutes and then Joshie gets it.

I'll be honest, I wouldn't want my child to think that having a spat over a toy wins him the right to the toy. I can understand that he is frustrated and really wants it by that stage, but it's more important to learn the right way to ask and I don't think he should automatically get it just because they had a fight over it. If anything I think the child who has the toy in the first place should have it returned to them.

But yes, if you see a potential issue there, definitely try to pre-empt it and encourage sharing before the problem surfaces. If it does surface and the same event occurs, wait for the situation to cool down before suggesting that it is time to share the toy.
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