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>>Mark, my boys are very active over my lap.
>>They both do this, most recently be my youngest boy
>>Stanley, as I was spanking him, when I started in with
>>my brush and it got to be too much for him he tried to
>>escape my lap, it was a natural reaction, something
>>both boys have tried in the past, I think sometimes
>>the pain is much worse than other times maybe? I had
>>him under control before I started. I was as perusal
>>sitting their lower bunk mid way he grabbed hold of
>>the mattress with his free hand and attempted his
>>As I was spanking and looking down at his red bottom I
>>saw it jerk to my left and almost off my lap. I
>>stopped spanking telling "NO! if you do that again I
>>will spank you even longer!" I repositioned his body
>>They have also tried to use the couch cushion when I
>>have spanked sitting on the couch to pull themselves
>>off my lap when it got to be too painful.
>>They are brilliantly animated over my lap kicking
>>away, as they struggle to pull their arm out of my
>>hand to block their bottom from the spanks. Scissor
>>kicking, frog kicking swim kicking, but this only is a
>>natural occurrence when I am spanking their little
>>bare bottom I don’t spank extra for it, if my boys
>>when they get to be over the top with it I just put my
>>right leg over their legs.
>What type of hairbrush do you use and where did you
>The only ones I ever see in the stores are thin light
>ones that either don't hurt or break after the third
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