Chrissy Teigen Negotiates With Toddler How Many Sweets She Can Have – And Nails It

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Chrissy Teigen Negotiates With Toddler How Many Sweets She Can Have – And Nails It
Chrissy Teigen's latest parenting share has got us thinking perhaps we shouldbe negotiating snack time with our toddlers in future
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Chrissy Teigen’s latest parenting share has got us thinking perhaps we should be negotiating snack time with our toddlers in future.

The mum-of-two shared a video on Instagram of herself and her two-year-old daughter Luna discussing how many sweets the toddler could have.

While Teigen starts off by suggesting just one, Luna is adamant she should get three.

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At first, it looks like Luna isn’t going to give up her three sweets – until Teigen enters into negotiations and suggests two.

“YES!” the toddler screams, accepting her offer straight away. Is it really that easy?

Commenters on the video loved the exchange – and said they wanted to try it at home with their own toddlers. “Jeez, that was more intense than negotiations with clients in my office,” one wrote. “I’ll be trying that with my three-year-old later.”

Another wrote: “Haha, thought I’d have a go with my two-year-old. She wouldn’t budge on three biscuits. She’s going to be a tough one to break, I’m sure.”

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