A DMK Production
Your six year old son, Jeremy, likes to pick flowers and bring them to his mother. When it is the occasional dandelion or wildflower from the field behind your house it is sweet. However, Jeremy has expanded his gifts to include "flowers" from your neighbor's garden. Your neighbor is obviously understanding that Jeremy is young but he has discussed the problem with you as he was losing one to two plants a day to Jeremy's generosity.
You walked with Jeremy and showed him what flowers he could pick and which ones he couldn't pick. You specifically told Jeremy that he was not to pick any "flowers" from your neighbor's garden. Jeremy seemed to understand and has not raided the neighbor's garden for two weeks.
Today Jeremy shows up with a gift for his mother:
It is a plant from your neighbor's garden.
What do you do?