A DMK Production
You have five sons ranging in age from 18 months to 13. The three oldest boys (Jake - 13, Joel - 11, and Jerry - 10) get spankings when needed. Jason, your 5 year old has only recently started getting "real" spankings. The youngest, 18 month old John, is not spanked yet but might occasionally get a light swat to the seat of his diaper.
Your spouse has been called out of town for the weekend to help a sick relative. You plan on a fun weekend with the boys.
The boys love to play at the local park which is only two blocks from your house. The oldest boys are allowed to go to the park alone or together if they want. John or Jason must be accompanied by a big brother or parent. One of the biggest attractions to them is climbing on a gorilla statue at the park. You promise the boys that you will all go to the park today and even take a picnic.
Your boss calls and says it is important for you to come to the office for about two hours for an emergency meeting with a client.
Since you will only be gone a short period of time you ask Jake to please help you out and watch his brothers, especially John and Jason. You tell the boys you won't be gone long and that you all will still have your time in the park. You give Jake and the other boys a few basic rules while you are gone - don't use the stove, don't open the door, don't leave the house, and call you immediately if there is any kind of problem.
You are headed home and pass the park and see:
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You stop the car, park, and walk over to the boys and ask Jake about your rule of not leaving the house while you were gone.
Jake responds, "They were making me crazy. They were running wild and would not listen to me. I knew we were coming to the park anyway and so I figured it would be better to bring everybody here. Since we have been here they have all calmed down."
You ask about telling him to call you with any problems. Jake responds that he didn't really consider it a problem and, anyway, he fixed it.
What do you do?