A DMK Production
You have a nine year old son, Burke. When needed Burke is spanked. You recently started using a small paddle for Burke's spankings. You have found that Burke needs to get to bed by 8:30 PM on school nights or he is impossible to get moving in the mornings and he will also fall asleep in school. Burke was paddled last week because he kept getting up out of bed after bedtime.
George is your sixteen year old nephew; your sister's son. George is a good kid, an honor student and typically trustworthy and responsible. Your sister and brother-in-law still spank George if needed but it is a rare occasion lately. You also have spanking permission for George but have not needed to use it in three years. Burke and his cousin get along well despite the age difference.
Your spouse is out of town tending a sick relative and you find out you will need to work a late shift. You call your usual babysitter, Mrs. Grossman, to ask her to watch Burke that evening. She has a prior commitment and is unable to do it. You call your sister and she and your brother-in-law have plans but she mentions George is available and has been looking to pick up odd jobs lately for spending money. You and your sister and George work out the details. George will meet Burke at your house after school and watch him until you get home and you will pay George fifty dollars. To keep George from being out so late you all agree that he will spend the night in your guest room. You remind George that Burke's bedtime is 8:30.
The evening of your late shift arrives and you call to check in on a break. George says all is well and that he and Burke are doing their homework and plan on going to the park after to toss a ball around. George asks if he can use the money you left for take out to get burgers on the way home and you agree that will be fine. You remind George that Burke's bedtime is 8:30. You speak to Burke and he is doing well. You also remind Burke to listen to his cousin and to go to bed at 8:30.
You get home at a little after 11:00 PM and hear singing coming from the kitchen. You go in and Burke and George are there singing old TV themes and George is heating milk on the stove.
Burke greets you excitedly and asks if George can watch him when needed instead of Mrs. Grossman. George asks you if you would like some hot cocoa. You thank George for doing a good job but ask if Burke has been to bed. George says, "Oh, he said he wasn't tired and didn't want to go to bed. We watched old TV shows tonight. I am making us some hot cocoa and then we are both going to turn in."
Who, if anyone, is getting paddled? Do you have some hot cocoa? Can George sit for Burke instead of Mrs. Grossman?