It's odd that these 2 sexual prohibitions are listed as having the punishment of "ariri," meaning to be childless. Usually these are besdin -- court -- punishments. Is it true halachically that there is no court punishment?
On a side note, in on of our more absurd and yet classic interactions, I asked her to read the rashi so I could evaluate how her blind rashi reading is. (People ask how I know how my children are doing in school if I don't administer tests. I sit next to them as they do their work and get a feel for if they understand the material and are capable of doing it or not.)
Chana wanted me to read it to her. I said if I read it to her, I won't be able to tell how she is at reading a rashi she's never read before and has had no introduction to.
We bickered back and forth a bit. I tried some Playful Parenting techniques like pretending to be a teenager and reacting how she reacts. It did break the tension and it was fun, but it was not actually effective in getting her to read the rashi. So I turned back into Mom and insisted.
She was annoyed, but she did it. Then I started to translate it and somehow I annoyed her by not doing it how she wanted me to, and she refused to finish the rashi.
Today is the next day and we haven't done that rashi yet. It's Friday and now that Shabbos is late, I often think we have plenty of time and then we don't. I still have to make Shabbos and I don't know if I want to tangle over this rashi today. I've been not very contentious about rashi lately, because she's been reluctant.