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Subject: Re: Kicking feet: how do your kids differ?

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Date Posted: 16:45:03 08/10/21 Tue
In reply to: Reed 's message, "Kicking feet: how do your kids differ?" on 18:46:53 08/09/21 Mon

I will say overall, kicking hasn't varied all too much from child to child when I've had to spank. All of them do so frantically and with great desperation, and give different types of 'kicking'.

I will see the legs shooting straight out, bowing off to the side and like Lois with her boys, I will also the see the frog, swim and scissor kicking at some point for most of them.

Andy, the 14 yr old boy that I have been babysitting (and spanking) since he was 8 yrs old, kicks like absolute mad and he will do all of the above throughout his spanking. But also at times will add in the pedal kick. He will sometimes pedal with his legs, as if he's trying to ride his bike right off my lap. And he would absolutely do so if he could. He would do anything to get away from the smacking of my hand or brush.

I remember a little girl I had babysat in my 30s (she was 8-10 yrs old when I sat for her), where when I first started to spank her, she would kick her right leg straight out to the side while I spanked. It was out of the ordinary as she would keep it straight, not even a 'frog kick' out or pedal kick, just kept her right leg straight and kicked off to the side. Almost like she was stretching, but in a much more frantic way.

It didn't cause any issues in smacking her bottom, or even her sit spots, but as I've always liked to include the upper thighs as part of a normal spanking, it made it more challenging to swat her right thigh. So I found it was just easier locking her legs down, even though she was not that big and her kicking was not an issue, otherwise. So I learned after a couple of spankings with her just to lock her legs down before I began.

In the end, I feel their frantic and desperate kicking, much like their loud bawling, wailing or screaming, is a normal response to a good and proper spanking and is just letting me know my message is getting through to them and they are receiving the punishment that they deserve and need.


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Re: Kicking feet: how do your kids differ?Candace05:57:02 08/11/21 Wed
    Re: Kicking feet: how do your kids differ?Grumpy12:08:38 08/12/21 Thu

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