Our poor girls - lol! Dh comes up with the best punishments for them.
Last month Lexi's teacher pulled me aside and asked me why Lexi wasn't getting very much in her lunchbox. I'm like she told me her sandwich, fruit, and granola bar were enough. Well she was mooching off of all the other kids in the class. I tell her father about this, he's like ok she will be taking one of the coolers to school full of food tomorrow and all the little kids she's been banking off of will get to bank off her. They get first choice and Lexi gets what's left over. Oh the tears started to flow, I can't take a lunchbox that big to school. Oh yes you can and it's going to sit right next to you all day. Well that plan kind of backfired by the end of the next day, she was the cool kid.
Yesterday - they were just terrors in church. Dh pretty much lectured them all the way home about how you are supposed to act in church and made them sit in their rooms and think about it. While they were in their rooms he's like what can we do to make them understand. I'm like the country church (which is a branch off of our main church) starts in 10 minutes why don't we make them go again. He goes to get them out of their rooms and tells them we are going again. Lexi puts up a fuss, Aubs says she can't because she is still thinking about it in her room. So we load them up and off we go, Pastor must of known why we were there again because he threw a little extra into the children's sermon that wasn't in the first one about paying attention. You have never seen such well behaved children then ours at the 2nd one. They got up when the congregation got up, sang, etc.
I can't wait to see what else he comes up with along this parenting road.