Our expert says:
Cool it. Of course the idea may be u[psetting to you, and to your son, but it entirely normal practice in many such family set-ups, and was probably not uintended to be offensive. Garfield prfectly describes the best way to handle this. Don't express such anger, even if you are feeling it, or it will be counter-productive.
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