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I smack my kids if they don’t behave themselves, other mums hate me because of it but it’s the only way they will learn

A MUM-OF-FIVE has left the internet divided, after sharing the rules at her house, which include punishing her children if they misbehave.

Brittney Coble, from the USA, sparked a heated debate after she revealed the Dos and Don'ts her offsprings have to follow, some of which fellow parents would describe as controversial.

She also revealed that her sons will be brought up as ''boys''
She also revealed that her sons will be brought up as ''boys''Credit: TIK TOK/@brittney_coble

''So I've seen a trend on TikTok where mums are talking about things they do with their kids that most of parents wouldn't agree with,'' she started off the video.⁷

''And considering most TikTok mums hate me already, I thought why not?⁷

''Number one, as you can already guess, is I whop my kids.

She then explained that this happens only as a last resort, after giving the children a verbal warning.

''I don't always expect them to listen the first time I ask but if I have to ask two or three times and I've already explained what you need to do and you're just blatantly ignoring me, you are gonna get your a** whopped.

''That's just what it is.''

Another controversial parenting rule in the family is giving her children - who are two, four, six, eight and ten - duties around the house.

''The two and four-year-old get a little distracted but I give them little chores [...] and I kind of just redirect them if they get a little sidetracked.

''But my older kids - they have big kid chores.

''They scrub the toilet, take the trash out, do the dishes - they contribute.

''And lastly, I am raising my boys as boys and my girl as a girl - no questions asked"


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