It is after all, his 21st birthday and that’s one of the milestones I was looking forward to.
Buying him a beer.
And since he was in training for two weeks when he celebrated his actual 21st, I had to wait an extra week to celebrate with him.
Mind you in the middle of a pandemic, “buying” your son a beer means remembering at the last minute that we’re celebrating his birthday the next day and Instacarting beer especially for the occasion.
IPA – which make me want to puke they’re so bitter!
But that’s what he wanted and damn, if I’m not getting my baby EXACTLY what he wants for his 21st birthday.
He fetched his first beer.
So I waited patiently for him to need a beer.
Lo and behold a while later, he and I BOTH needed beers.
So I, in true “my kid is finally 21 fashion” went to get us beers.
But first I asked him, “Do you want a beer?”
My mom, who was behind me and completely out of the conversation butted in, “Why do you offer to get him a beer? Stop pushing alcohol on him!”
No one, and I mean NO ONE wasn’t privy to her outburst.
And that dear friends is how you spoil a 21st birthday party like my mom.