I was out of town last week on bussiness my boys ages 13,11,5 called me crying I asked them what was wrong they told me that my ex's boyfriend had whipped them with a belt for not mowing the yard when they got in from school I talked to them got them calmed down told them I would talk to the boyfriend plus their mom when I got off the phone I got online and booked me the earliest flight back into my hometown,went to my kids school asked to talk to them and they showed me the marks,I left the school called my ex and asked her if she knew about this she said that all he told her was that he had whipped them but didnt tell her what he used when I told her what the boys told me she said let me call him and ask him,she called me back to tell me the boys was right,I waited till he got home from work and I confronted him and my ex about it he said my dad whipped me with a belt so I feel that kids these days need the same I told him not to whip my kids with a belt he said make me my ex looked at him and said are you stupid,I am alittle crazy when it comes to my boys needless to say I chased him all over the neighborhood whipping him with a belt,I believe in punishing my kids but not with a belt.My kids had rode the school bus to a friend of mine house so they didnt see what was going to happen
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