So I have a parenting question/scenario: we bought my 3 sons candy prior to going to the shoe store with the understanding that if they were good they could have the candy when we got back to the car. well my 6 year old was not good so he didn't get his candy but the other 2 did. fast forward to today. my 6 year old asks if he can have his candy and my husband told him no, that he lost it completely because of his behavior at the shoe store. I feel ike the punishment was losing the candy that day when his brothers got theirs. I feel that he should get the chance to earn it back. Not lose it completely. Any thoughts? I know follow through is really important but it is necessary to prolong the punishment and take away the candy all together?