Moving IV

From: [email protected] (SamPast)

This story is fictitious. Any resemblance to living or dead, is purely a coincidence. This story involves the spanking of a young child. It is only a story. The author in no way encourages the spanking of young children. Enjoy the story. I would love any feedback. Please send any comments to: [email protected]


"Girls," called Aunt Joan, "your parents just called, and they're coming over with dinner: Raynor's."

"Raynor's? Yes!" Jennifer said.

"I love their chicken and corn fritters," Robin said. Joan knew this would excite the twins. They had been down in the dumps ever since their spankings.

Around 6:00, Charlie and Lisa came into the Levine's house. "We're here, and we've brought fried chicken, yams, and corn fritters!" they called.

Charlie thought it was strange that the girls did not come running and hug and kiss them. He went into the kitchen. The girls got up from the couch, turned off the tv, and came into the kitchen to wash their hands.

"Hi, Daddy, Hi, Mommy!" they both said.

Charlie said, "What, no kiss for me?" He grabbed both girls and pulled them close. "I missed you two. It was a long hard day moving. I'm sure you had more fun than we did."

Lisa helped Joan put the food on the table. "Yeah, tell us about Adventureland. Did you have fun?"

Jennifer looked at Robin. Robin had told her that their uncle expected them to tell their parents what happened. Robin looked over at her uncle. Surely, he didn't expect them to tell their parents at dinner?

Robin said, "Yeah, it was fun. We played lots of games and went on a lot of rides."

Jennifer said, "You mean, Joseph and I went on a lot of rides. You were too scared, Robin."

"I wasn't scared of all of them, Jenn. Just the ones that go really high up. I went on a lot." Robin protested.

Charlie said, "I'm sure you did, honey. So, did you win any prizes?"

Jennifer said, "Yeah, just some stupid little things. I wanted this giant stuffed gorilla, but I couldn't get the loop around the wire. Remember that game, Daddy?"

Her father answered, "Yes, baby, you always try that one. Someday, you'll get it."

They ate the rest of the meal in silence. Charlie knew something was up. When everyone had finished eating, Joan and Jack started to clear away the plates. He turned to his brother-in-law and said, "Charlie, why don't you go into the living room? The girls have something they want to tell you."

Robin and Jennifer had their dirty plates in hand. They froze when their uncle said that. Robin said, "Uncle Jack!"

Jack said, "Come on, girls, now's as good a time as any. Here, let me take those plates. Go on!"

Charlie followed the twins into the living room. He had known something was up. He sat on the couch and waited. The twins looked at each other. No one said a word.

Finally, Charlie said, "Well? What's going on?"

Robin said, "Um, well, uh."

Her father said, "Okay, what'd you do? You got a spanking, didn't you?"

Jennifer said, "Daddy!"

Charlie said, "I could pull down your pants and see if your bottom is pink or you could just tell me."

"Daddy!" Jennifer said again.

Then Robin blurted out, "Well, basically, we didn't listen to Uncle Jack and we lost Joseph, and he almost got hit by a train."

Charlie said, "What?"

Jennifer turned to Robin and said, "That's not exactly what happened, Robin, I think you left out a few things."

Then Robin said, "Well, then why don't you tell Daddy what happened, Ms. Smarty Wet pants?"

Jennifer said, "Robin!"

Charlie scolded, "Robin, I don't want to hear that kind of talk from you."

Robin said, "Well, I bet Jennifer doesn't tell you about all the accidents she had today! You'd think she wanted to make in her pants!"

Jennifer started to cry. Charlie stood Robin up and remarked, "Young lady, we are not home, so I cannot send you to your room, but I can send you to the corner. Now go! I want you to think about the way you just spoke to your sister. And you are very lucky that I am not washing your mouth out with soap. Go!"

Robin stomped her foot and went to sit in the corner. Just then, Lisa walked in with the baby. Steven was happily sucking on his mother's breast.

"What's going on?" Lisa said.

Charlie replied, "I just put Robin in the corner for talking disrespectfully to her sister, and Jennifer was just about to tell me what happened at the amusement park today. It seems both girls might have gotten a spanking today."

Lisa said, "Really? Maybe Robin needs her mouth washed out with soap! And girls, what was the last thing your father said to you this morning when you left the apartment?"

Jennifer replied, "Um, be good, and 'I' don't want to hear about any trouble from Aunt Joan and Uncle Jack."

Robin shouted from the corner, "Well, technically, you're not hearing about any trouble from Aunt Joan or Uncle Jack." She seemed pleased with her joke.

Her father was less than pleased. "Watch it, young lady," he scolded.

Then he turned back to Jennifer, "Okay, out with it, now. Tell Mommy and me what happened at Adventureland today."

Jennifer said, "Well, Uncle Jack let me, Robin, and Joseph go to the arcade, but he told us to stay together, and then Joseph ran off, and Robin and I couldn't find him, and then I went to the bathroom, while Robin stayed by the skeeball game, and then, eventually, Uncle Jack found him near the train."

Charlie said, "I see."

Jenn continued, "But, Daddy, it's not like we did it on purpose. I guess we should have gotten Uncle Jack when we first lost Joseph. He got in trouble, too, because he left the building by himself."

"Well, I'm glad Joseph is okay, but I'm not concerned whether he got in trouble or not. I told you two girls to behave yourselves. I'm very disappointed that your uncle had to discipline you," Charlie said. "Man, am I tired!"

Jack had walked into the living room and caught Charlie's last statement.

"Why don't you all stay here overnight? You don't want to have to deal with finding sheets and pillows amidst all your boxes. You can stay down in the basement-there's a bed there. And the girls can stay down there or up in Jody's room," Jack said.

Charlie said, "Oh, well, I don't know, we don't want to put you guys to any more trouble."

Jack said, "Puh-leaze! It's no trouble. I realize you only live a quarter mile from here now, but you're completely exhausted. Come on."

Lisa and Charlie thanked Jack and the two men shook hands.

Charlie said, "But the girls will stay downstairs with us. I want to keep an eye on them."

(To be continued)

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