Truman: Mom, guess what?!
Truman: I'm rich!
Me: What did you do?
Truman: I didn't do anything! Why are you always asking me that?
Me: It's a mystery, you are the ideal child and always falsely accused. Why are you rich?
Truman: I don't understand what you said, but I have a whole dollar!!
Me: I'm pretty sure I'm psychic. Where did you get a dollar?
Truman: Ella and I were playing Legos this morning and she wanted a piece I was using, but I told her no.
Me: Truman, that's unkind. You should share your Legos! How would it make you feel if Ella wouldn't share with you?
Truman: Mom, this isn't about sharing, I'm telling you about how Ella gave me a dollar.
Me: Ella gave you a dollar? Why?
Truman: So I would let her play with the Lego piece... Mom, it's a whole dollar. That's WAY MORE than a quarter!
This was followed by at least 60 seconds of stunned silence. We've now had a talk about sharing and you know, not shaking your friends down for cash.