my daughter just got a spanking for drawing on the wall with a permanet marker on purpose my daughter is 6 and knows what she is doing she wrote all over the wall just because i told her she could not have ice cream before dinner she thought it was funny my husband came home he gave her a spanking and now she is punished my husband told her to stay in her room until she is able to tell us why she did it my husband left to go back to work he is a surgeon so he had to go back to the ER she wil only listen to me when my husband is home since hes more of the disciplinarin what should i do she keeps running down the stairrs sticking her tounge out jumping on the bed rolling on the floor and acting crazy just to make me mad im losing it and i dont want to go NUTS ..... HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:11 PM on Jan. 13, 2009 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
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I would call a time out on your self. You need a break. She's six, so just make sure she is safe, draw a cozy bath and just relax and remove yourself from her antics. I would first make sure all the markers and crayons are out of reach though. Then make it known you are relaxing and do not wish to be interrupted. After you take a few moments to relax then deal with what is next. Like I said, as long as she is safe you are good. Then when she has whooped and hollered it all out of her ...... sit down and have a serious snuggle time. But with an actual teaching moment attached. Ask her why she thinks there are laws. Then why do we have them? Explain that laws are rules and we have them to keep people safe, healthy, and to live in peace with each other. cont...
Answer by frogdawg at 4:46 PM on Jan. 13, 2009
cont...Then ask what rules does she think that kids have. What rules does she need. What are the rules of your home? Why? Name them why: safety for that one, to be healthy for this one, so we don't argue and kill each other over that one (the peace reason). Tell her that in the past she and you have not had such a good history of working together to make sure the rules are operated as smoothly as they should be. Tell her that you would prefer, as her parent too, to also help make sure that she understands she is safe, healthy, happy, and has a peaceful environment. Then talk about what happened today. Without bashing her. Then ask her if she were the mom, what would she do? The thing is....she already had her punishment: she got a spanking. cont...
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