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I would just like to mention again that I highly respect the fact that even though your girls are older, you will not hesitate to provide warning or even real swats, if necessary. Great job!
How would you rate the swats that you gave her over her pajamas yesterday, hard enough that there was at least a decent sting felt?
Hugs, Amanda J.
>Does anyone else find that there is a specific day or
>days of the week that their children are most likely
>to cause trouble and earn a spanking or swats?
>My younger daughters (22 and 20) are in college and
>only home for summer and other breaks, but I have
>found that Sundays are the most likely time for them
>to cause trouble even if relatively minor. I think
>this is for a few reasons including, they tend to be
>off work on the weekends so spending more time at
>home, weekly chores have to be done by Sunday evening,
>and sometimes they need motivation to get ready for
>Church on Sunday mornings.
>For example, this past Sunday morning (yesterday), we
>decided as a family to go to Church earlier than
>normal because my girls wanted to go to the pool with
>some friends and my husband had plans as well. Even at
>their ages, my girls can have trouble getting out of
>bed (especially if they stay up late which they did
>non Saturday). Yesterday, after a warning or two, I
>ended up giving my 20yo a few hard swats over her
>pajamas with a stern warning to get moving. My 22yo
>must have heard it because she jumped out of bed
>before I got to her room (lucky young lady).
>Does anyone notice any day(s) of the week that are
>more troublesome than others?
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