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BOTD 3/10/17 "The Playroom floor" A DMK Production

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David M. Katz

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THE PLAYROOM FLOOR
A DMK Production


You asked your seven-year old son, Phillip, to pick up the playroom floor .  He has toys and Lego strewn about and it is time to stop playing for the day.  Phillip blatantly ignores you and grabs a book and starts reading.



This is you (You look good) right after Phillip, 7,  ignored you.

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What do you do?


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Beaver

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Hah, this hits close to home. I am already kneeling, so I will say once more: "Come to me Phillip, let's pick up the Legos from the floor and put them back. You do one piece and I do one, okay?"
From my experience, it is good to shape behavior like cleaning up one's room by helping first and making them into a game that's fun. One can then gradually phase out the assistance. Now the scenario specifies that Phillip is ignoring me, so if he doesn't get going I will have to be firmer: "Phillip, please clean up the toys now. I can help you get started, but if you don't put away that book now then you are going to time-out for disrespecting and disobeying daddy."

Should he continue ignoring me, I will take his book away and escort him to the corner, where he can serve four minutes with his nose to the wall. In case there is resistance, I will calmly say: "Phillip, because you didn't go to time-out, you will lose your TV privileges tonight".

Or maybe I should just take him over my lap and wear him out. Twisted Evil

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Jack

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Since he actually picked up the book after I asked him to pick the toys up, I will take it from him, then give him a good, solid swat.

"Phillip, you are going to pick up your toys. You can do it now, then sit down and read, or you can do it after I spank your bottom - your choice."


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Philip's response suggests open defiance and not just merely "I'd rather not pick them up". Depending on his recent behavior I might tell him one more time, if Philip continues to ignore me, then it's a spanking.

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Is he angry or upset for any reason, or is he just being difficult? If it's the latter, I'll make him suffer the consequences. He'll get threatened, tickled and play spanked.

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I start by giving my son a couple of warnings that the time to start picking up the Legos is approaching. So, I tell him that "In ten minutes, you and I together will put away the Legos." I say the same thing five minutes later; then, much as Beaver writes, we do it together.

At seven years old, he is still at the early stages of learning responsibility. It takes much patience to develop that in a young child, and by that I mean that patience is required on both sides of the equation. I will have Phillip put down the book and look me in the face while I give him both warnings. After that, I tell him we work together, or I will have to take measures that neither one of us will enjoy- spanking, but it is his choice in the end.

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AFinch

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Ditto Jack

MemoryMan

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Ditto Jack - but without the initial swat.

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ivor

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Ditto MM

(we oldies are a soft touch Laughing )

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squarecutter

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Ugh. Attitude at 7! I will remove his book so philip has to pay attention to me. Philip. I am happy to help but you have been told to tidy up and you will start showing some respect. Any more of this I warm your little backside for you. Once the job is done you can get back to your book

Adric

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I'm with Jack.

This sounds to me like Phillip's experiment to find out where his boundaries are.  Like when you first learn to drive you have to actually hit something to find the limits.  I say Phillip hit the curb when he picked up the book.  If I don't spank him now his next experiment will be even worse.

Rethink:

I've been thinking about that immediate swat after Phillip picked up the book.  I have no doubt that he deserves that swat (and more) for the intentional provocation.  However, I'm concerned that this could come across to Phillip as an out-of-control reaction of anger, an assault by a large strong person on a small helpless person.  Even though that would not be the case, I would like to avoid the appearance.  (The problem here is that I would indeed be angry and I would like to smack him for picking up the book, and that worries me.)

So I like the rest of Jack's answer - take the book, force his attention, and tell him he can deal with the Legos immediately or have an immediate bare-bottom OTK spanking and then pick up the Legos, his choice.

After that I will talk to him about what he did with the book and why that was wrong, and tell him he will get a spanking if he acts like that again.



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Iconoclast

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I am so happy that Philip (at age 7!!) is actually reading that I will put off picking up the toys until he stops reading, say at least when he gets hungry!

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pushkin

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Phillip is about to discover that books can be put to more than one use. When we have both calmed down I will be properly ashamed of myself for maltreatment of a book.

kalico

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Ditto jack...


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