You've mostly been having a good time, but your two boys have been testing the limits quite a bit. You try to take it easy, since it is a holiday weekend, but they've ignored a couple of warnings. Even after one of their cousins is taken off for a father/son 'talk', they still don't want to settle down, so you tell them they're next.
You must not have said it very believably, because they just got in trouble again. Now you've fetched a camp stool, and the three of you are headed towards a private clearing your brother told you about.
Once in the clearing, you remove both boys shorts and briefs, set up the camp stool, and have Zeke take his place over it. Zeke whines and begs, but he's always been pretty good about taking his spankings when he's earned them. You kneel down next to him, and turn his chubby cheeks a dark shade of rose, getting plenty of tears for your efforts.
When you're through, Zeke jumps up and starts to dance around, rubbing his bottom. You tell Andy he's next, but he's not interested, thank you very much. You get up and take his arm. He doesn't fight as you lead him to the stool, but he doesn't want to bend over it, then he makes you pin his hands behind his back, to keep them from covering his bottom. You give him about the same spanking his brother received, adjusted upwards a bit for size and age, but then you add a few spanks on his upper legs at the end, to remind him that he needs to accept his punishment and obey.
He has the same basic reactions afterwards that Zeke had. While Andy's doing his dance, you tell Zeke he can get dressed. You both wait for Andy to settle down and dress. It's obvious both boys have been crying, but you thought to bring a canteen, and you let them use some water and your handkerchief to clean up. You think you're all ready to go back to camp, but another problem arises when Andy goes to lead the way.
"Oh, man, Andy! Your legs are so red!"
And Zeke laughs.
It's one thing for everyone to know you've just been spanked, but with the evidence showing, Andy refuses to go back to camp. He's also letting it be none exactly how mean he thinks you really are.
What now, Dad?