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From Alan, child's age 13
I have a question. My son is 5'6" and he weighs probably about 170 pounds. Well, we're trying to add on to our house (without using credit), so we don't have a lot of extra money. To save money, my son started wearing his youth pastor's clothes when his other clothes got too small. I thought this to be a good idea at the time, but it seems that I was wrong. The things my son has told me that he says almost make me mad. I have seen him come up to him and jiggle his belly and say something like Hey man, they feed you at home? I never really thought much about it, I figure he's just playing. But my son has told me that he'll ask him if he's still fat enough enough for his clothes. That's not even the half of it. My son once spent the weekend at his house, and they went to Cici's Pizza for dinner one night. Doug said something about my son not being able to fit into his clothes anymore if he keeps eating like that. Apparantly that night they were wrestling, and Doug grabbed his stomach and told him that he's never win because he had all his flab and he had barely anything left. Should i tell him to back off or just let him play around?