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Subject: Re: Andy's soaping and spanking for swearing

Sarah to Lulu
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Date Posted: 07:55:40 06/26/22 Sun
In reply to: Lulu 's message, "Re: Andy's soaping and spanking for swearing" on 06:33:50 06/26/22 Sun


I apologize, I wasn't really clear in my post on when I use mouth soaping. It's certainly not something I use every time I spank. The soap is brought out not only for swearing, but also lying and serious backtalk. Mom's/Grandma's prerogative on what is deemed as serious backtalk, but they do get a warning to stop now with that kind of attitude/arguing or they will get soaped, as well (along with their spanking).

And yes, I absolutely feel mouth soaping is useful for punishing naughty behavior. Cases in point. My children in general did not swear all that often, because they knew how much Mom hated it and what would happen if they did. A combination soaping and then long and hard spanking over Mom's knee was something they despised and feared.

The same can be said with Andy since I have begun to babysit him. It wasn't that he did it all the time, but he did swear more often when he was younger (starting around 11), picking it up at school. At that point, he used it more freely, and more importantly, intentionally, because he thought it was 'cool' as his 'friends' at school did it. Of course I put a stop to that pretty quickly with frequent soapings and spankings (whenever he needed it).

He still swears now, like what happened on Wednesday, but now it is more like a reflexive reaction, as I indicated in Mama's post, than something he deliberately does. It still warrants Mommy to step in with some needed discipline, but at least he isn't intentionally doing it to make his words stronger or make himself (think) look more important.


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