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Date Posted: Thursday, July 30, 2009, 02:07: am
To Curious mom:
Remember I was 14 when I started giving enemas to Robby.
When he was 12 I was 18 and still gave him some enemas, but after that, he was not a kid anymore, even though I did on some ocassions have to give him an enema when he was recovering from a cold. I taught him how to give an enema to himself, watching him a few times to see that he was doing it correctly.
Robby's mom didn't like to give an enema, that's why I took over the task for the most part. She just wanted to get the
nasty task over, as she would say. That's why Robby wanted me to give him his enemas, because I did it with love.
I was considerly much more loving and caring with him, telling him exactly why he needed an enema and how I was going to be very gently with him. I used very little soap in his enema, as it tended to sting. After awhile, I only used baking soda for his enemas, which he liked much better.
I would give him a hug telling him when I was going to give him a little enema, and took him by the hand into the bathroom. I would be talking with him continually about the enema when I was removing his clothes. When I got his clothes off, I would sit him on the toilet seat lid while he watched me make up the enema, telling him all the time what I was doing, and how much better he would feel after the enema. I would usually put a towel over my lap and lay him across it for the enema. Sometimes I would ask him if wanted to have the enema in a different position, leaving it up to his to make the decision. It gave him some participation in the process. I would use the child size enema nozzle and changed tothe adult enemas nozzle when he was about 12. It would never slip out as I always held it in place.I would put a little lubricant on the nozzle and his behind and very gently and slowy insert it, asking him if it felt OK when I was doing it. I would always compliment him on being a good boy when he was taking his enema, praising him all the way thgough it. Sometimes I would lay him on his back on the floor and rub his tummy before I put him across my lap. When he was on my lap I would rub his back, legs and bottom as I was giving him the enema, as it relaxed him.
After the enema was over, which usually took about 30 or so minutes, I would put him in the bathtub for a warm relaxing bath. I would dry him off and take him into his bedroom and put on his pajamas. Many times we would have some kind of treat together before I tucked him into bed. If he wasns't to tired, I would read him a story.
So that's the way it was. And, yes I give enemas to my three kids the same way. I have a 12 year old girl, 10 year old boy and an 8 year old boy. I have never had a problem when they needed an enema, as I went through the same process with all of them. I sometimes give my two boys their enemas together, they seem to like it that way. When they were younger, I would give all three of them enemas together, but my 12 year old daughter gets hers alone now.
Do not use the douche nozzle for giving your kids an enema. It is too big and looks like a lethal weapon if they think you are going to put it into them. NO, I didn't move the nozzle in and out when giving an enema. What'other' benefits are you referring to if you move the nozzle in and out, especially if you insist on using the douche nozzle. Do you think your 11 year old boy will get his jollies
as you are moving the nozzle in and out.I don't think that would be beneficial if you are going to try and get him to take his enemas without fear of fussing. Do you have that problem with him or the younger one? I don't know, but I don't think a 11yr old boy is ready for that kind of stimulation. Why would your boys,display an erection when you are giving them a bath? Do you wash their genitials with your hands or wash cloth? Do you comment to them about an erection? Neither one of my boys has even shown any sign of an erection when giving them an enema or bath.
Have I answered you questions?
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