Why They Expect to Get What They Want
Both of these children make their wants very clear, but they don't go about obtaining wishes in the same ways.
Spoiled: This child thinks it's enough to make their wants be known until they get it. They believe that they can keep stating their desires until they get exactly what they want, and that's just how it works.
Sassy: Not only are these children outspoken about their wants, but they are also independent and work on their own to achieve them. They expect to get what they want but not from others — they're willing to take charge to make it happen on their own and are confident in their abilities to do so.