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Date Posted:15:14:50 08/30/21 Mon
Can’t tell ya how often over the years when Harper would ride her bike, that she would get a dangerous look in her eye that told me she was going to break the rules. Going too far to the next house in our neighborhood, not going inside when she was told to, trying to ride without a helmet. All the classics, and they all usually ended in a good spanking. Now at 7, I think she’s ‘getting it’ more when it comes to rules and with the addition of a spoon, spankings are even more of a deterrent.
I hope that gets passed to her brother, though. He’s only 4, so still using his balance bike, but just yesterday evening he tried escaping with it in the front yard to the next house. It’s a big boundary for me, because I like watching from my porch. I don’t want to have to run to the next house. Harper was out there to her credit, and tried to cajole him into coming back. All the words fell on deaf ears for miles, so I happily walked down to pick him up right off his bike, and carry him inside.
At this point, Harper asked if he was getting a spanking. Always inquisitive, she is.
Into the kitchen we went, I sat right on our dinner table bench and he found himself face down, over my lap having his bare butt soundly spanked. I am pretty sure I caught Harper peeking a little bit.
Have any moms noticed your younger ones making the same mistakes or doing the same behaviors as your older ones have?