I'll give you the Readers Digest version:
I bought my son a black Champion jacket on Halloween. It was a black jacket with white lining ($20). He wore it the next week to a football game, spent the night with a friend, and then we never saw it again - til last week. His friend he spent the night with wore the exact same jacket to our house. My son said to him "I think that's my jacket, the one I left at your house". The friend said "No, this is my jacket."
I stood there watching and then asked him if that was my son's jacket and he said nope. I suppose there is a remote chance that there are two jackets, its just too ironic that it is the same brand, color, and size.
How do I re-approach this subject with the child or his mother without calling the child a liar? I need a tactful way of bringing it up and tact is NOT my strong suit.
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