Posted 30 December 2008 - 11:29 AM
when ryden is bad, he gets a booty smack. not beating the crap out of him but a stern booty smack. remember he is in a diaper. now that is if he is climbing on stuff that he knows he shouldnt be or pulling something down.
a finger in the socket? well hubby is mean and lets him get shocked. learned not to touch them anymore.
Posted 01 January 2009 - 02:38 PM
The above sentence is false.
It seems to me that history
has its way of repeating
so as you all just let it be
I'll address it I to thee...
Posted 01 January 2009 - 02:58 PM
Posted 01 January 2009 - 04:58 PM
I had talked to child services about the limits on punishment you can spank the butt 1-2 times but that's it. If you can feel the spank on your hand (like pain wise) then you have went to far. then again not all places have the same rules.
I used to put Brendan on my lap, wrap my legs around his legs, wrap my arms around his arms when he is throwing a fit that a time out cant handle. However I found out that's not allowed I guess it can cause injury? I don't see how but I have stopped.
At the age of my children they need to learn now that the parent is the boss and not the child. I believe that if you just take away little things in their lives like toys, cartoons, etc. they are going to learn that there isn't any real punishment in life. As they grow older I don't see the "now a days" punishment being as effective for them. I don't see spanking the butt as being harmful to them what so ever. I grew up with firm but light punishment which including being spanked on the butt by a paddle I see using an object to spank a child is a no no. I grew up just fine.
The way I see these changes in life for children/parents is incorrect one minute they say you can do this then next minute you cant one minute they say you can give your children this the next you cant and so on. I see all the changes being more confusing then effective because there is never an end to it. How are children supposed to grow up when all they get is change this change that? I mean really. I don't go by the book never have never will I am going to teach my children the way I was raised plain and simple (minus the paddle)
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