In a crowded cereal aisle ds and I are picking out cereal. I say,"you need to pick a bag of cereal". Ds points to a box and says "it has a check mark". I tell him that he needs to choose a bag not a box. He refuses so I pick two bags and put them in the cart. Halfway down the crowded aisle, he hits the floor, covers his head and ears and closes his eyes and refuses to move. After I try to talk to him and grab his hand, I pick him up and walk out of the aisle.
That is all the bystanders saw. So, based on just that scenario, as a bystander, would you think I'm raising a bratty child?