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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Father’s Side From 1861-2014

Granddaddy Adam and Grand Mama Courtney punished Daddy and my uncles and aunts, so fairly, until that is one of their favorite stories in our family history

Posted Aug 29, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
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Hi everyone,

Children love their parents, who discipline them, warmly, better than children who are not disciplined or punished enough or too much.

In my 155 year-old family, Granddaddy and Grand Mama were so fair in giving whippings, until one heartfelt reverie of my Daddy, uncles, and aunts, during decades, was telling me about the fairness of discipline they received as children.
They were so joyful about it, until I began to feel like I grew up with them at Granddaddy’s and Grand Mama’s house.

This is the standard that should be achieved by all black families in 2016 and forever.

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