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Date Posted:20:23:22 05/20/21 Thu In reply to:
's message, "Soaping and spanking" on 14:47:09 05/20/21 Thu
>Hi, I'd love to get others' opinions on something.
>A couple of weeks ago, my 12 year old, Caroline, had
>broken a strict rule. I won't go into the details, but
>it's something that would mean a spanking every time.
>Making matters worse, she told a big lie to cover up
>for it. I easily saw through her story. She wasn't
>just evasive, she outright lied to me.
>When Caroline was a little girl, I would wash her
>mouth out for bad language or lying. She hadn't been
>punished that way since she was 6 years old, but yes,
>that's exactly what I did. I took Caroline into the
>bathroom and put a small amount of Ivory on her
>tongue, gave her a short lecture and let her rinse
>out. We then went into her bedroom and I put her over
>my knee for a bare bottom hairbrush spanking.
>She let me know that she was far too old for both
>punishments, but I was determined to punish her for
>the misbehavior and for lying to me. As much as
>Caroline hated it, she accepted her discipline well.
>When I told my husband about it later, I was surprised
>that he disagreed with how I handled it. He thought a
>spanking would have been sufficient, or at most, I
>could have added a few extra spanks for lying.
>I am the usual disciplinarian in our house,but my
>husband always backs me up. He certainly didn't say
>anything to Caroline, but I was taken aback by his
>reaction. Do you think I was wrong to handle it the
>way I did?