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You mentioned that there are certain behaviors that do not get any warning at all, you go straight to a spanking. I agree 100%! There are certain behaviors which they absolutely know better and are an intentional act. When it comes to those, it is an automatic spanking, no warning, no second chances. It is a choice that they made!
Hope you are well!
>How many warnings do you give before you spank? Is
>there anything that would be a cause for an Immediate
>spanking, no warning or 'one more chance'.
>My daughter and son know our rules why I spank, of
>course the child's age comes in to play as we teach
>them why we spank and our rules from the first time,
>early age that we start to spank from.
>I give one warning, these days it's due to their
>teeness, and if needed with swats to emphasis my
>warning of next I spank. But there are those behaviors
>that they don't get a warning, I just spank, such as
>safety issues, swearing, lying to us, coming in past
>curfew without a good excuse or previous call. Door
>slamming, eye roll.
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