difficult child's favorite phrase is "It's Not Fair!" Always said loudly and in my ear. In his IEP, it said that difficult child has to think everything is fair or there will be a problem. If he thinks you're not being fair to him, it's over. If I tell him he has to take a bath first, it's not fair. If he has to unload the dishwasher, it's not fair. He loves teachers because they are fair, not only to him but to everyone. It's not just him. If he thinks I'm being unfair to his brother or sister, he's the first one to come to their defense, even when I'm disciplining them for something they said or did to him. So the other day we're looking up the meaning of names, and his name is Justin. Guess what "Justin" means? FAIR! Go figure. Even Justin got a good laugh out of that one!