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21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again)

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1 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Sun Nov 20, 2016 4:59 pm

Jack


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You live a few blocks from your Uncle. Your kids...

5-year old Ollie, 8 year old Andy, and 11-year old Jake

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all go to his house after school and stay there until you or your spouse arrive home.

Today, Ollie (and his cousin, Curtis) took a ride home, but the older boys (Andy and his 7-year old cousin, Connor, and Jake and his cousins, Devon (12) and Kenny (11)) walked home to enjoy the nice weather. The problem is, on the walk home, the five boys decided to stop by your house. While there's some question as to why they stopped, there's no question that they broke the rule about going straight home. While the younger two boys were excused (because they also had commands to stay with their big brother, so they picked one rule and stayed with it), the older three boys took turns over your uncles lap for sessions with a wooden spatula.

You're told all this about three hours after it happens. While you have absolutely no trouble with your uncle punishing the boys (he has your permission, actually). While you very well remember when you were Jake's age (and several years older), your uncle could reduce you to a bawling little mess. You know he's not abusive, but you're sure he made a very good impression on the boys. The trouble is, your uncle isn't aware that Jake (and Andy) have been given very specific instructions that they aren't allowed to have guests over when at least one parent isn't home, and they are not to stop at the house on the way home from school, unless they have specific instructions to do so.

That means Jake (and Andy) broke more rules than their cousins. Are either (or both) of them in more trouble when you get them home, or will you let your uncles job be enough for this time?





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2 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Sun Nov 20, 2016 5:12 pm

John Boy


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Maybe I can put them on some restriction as a consequence they are at least getting an earful from me both for the original trouble and the other problem.

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3 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Sun Nov 20, 2016 5:13 pm

AFinch


Sherrif
Given the manner in which Uncle Jack spanks, I don't think additional punishment is required.

4 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Sun Nov 20, 2016 9:12 pm

Kat


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K Klub.

Kat

5 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Sun Nov 20, 2016 10:34 pm

David M. Katz


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Kat wrote:K Klub.

Kat

Yep


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6 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Mon Nov 21, 2016 3:17 am

ivor


Marshall
Enough is enough as they say.......

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7 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Mon Nov 21, 2016 9:32 am

db105


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I'd have a talk with them about that, and let them think for a moment that I'm considering reinforcing the previous spanking. Finally, I'll let myself be persuaded that they really really really have learnt their lesson.

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8 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Mon Nov 21, 2016 4:13 pm

Jack


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the night this happened, I talked with Jason, letting him know why Jake had been spanked (and why Andy hadn't). He mentioned the additional rule to me.

I told him straightforward that I thought Jake had already had enough, and he could always remind Jake of the rule, and why they have it, while also agreeing that there was some overlap, so they'd let it go this time. On the other hand, Devon had gotten a regular spanking, while Jake and Kenny had gotten deluxes. If I'd known Jake had violated additional rules (or if he'd had additional misbehavior that the other boys hadn't)... I didn't see it as enough to upgrade from the Tailblazer, so he would probably have had to do corner time.

When they got home, they talked about me spanking Jake, the additional rule, and then Jake had to do 11 minutes corner time to round things off.


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9 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Mon Nov 21, 2016 6:56 pm

Y Lee Coyote


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I’m quite puzzled by this one.

There is not any indication that they are required to be home (either one) by a specified time nor that they use some standard transportation or route.  This implies – at least to me – that they could go to the park for a couple of hours or the soda shope or the arcade (if they have the cash).  Yet they are not allowed to go home because of some problem of trust(?).

I understand the “no guest” rule (and can even see sense in it).  But all these first cousins are surely at home in both houses with frequent sleep overs even.  They are all like brothers and don’t consider each other as guests.  I would bet that they each have stuff in both house like clothes and toothbrushes.

Just my thoughts.

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10 Re: 21 November 2016 - How to be Fair (Again) on Tue Nov 22, 2016 4:09 am

Jack


Admin
I thought about linking in the previous BOTD - How to be Fair, but decided against it. I had thought the fact that the boys did get in trouble would verify that they had violated the rules.

I'm afraid that your implication goes over my head. The fact that there is a bit of leeway in their schedule does not imply (as far as I can see) that they're free to go anywhere or do anything that they want.

As for the guest part - my brother and I were guests in each others homes when we were children, because he lived with his mom and I lived with mine. We were both welcome in the others house, but that didn't mean we lived there. Not having guests in the house when there is no parent seems to be a pretty common rule for younger children - and while part of it's about trust, a lot of it's just about supervision and experience. To be honest, Jake is probably getting old enough that it wouldn't be a problem for him... but he has to younger brothers.

Oh, and while my nephews have clothes and hygiene at my house, the opposite's not true. Most sleepovers occur here because of size considerations, if nothing else. That's not to say no one every stays at their house, it's just not as common.


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