It was another busy school morning.
A Queensland mum was doing all the things that mums do before school, her mind going at a million miles an hour.
Just as they were about to race out the door, she called out to her five-year-old daughter to grab a frozen fruit pouch from the freezer for her school lunch.
Because good mums freeze their children’s juice pouches in order to keep their lunches nice and cold.
“I’m such a great mum,” she probably thought to herself, having no idea what had actually just happened.
Listen to Holly Wainwright and Andrew Daddo talk about the raspberry vodka slushie.
But as all good mums know, it’s the moment they think they might be doing an okay job that the universe steps in to remind them to:
a. Keep trying and:
b. Never lose your sense of humour.
The phone rang. It was her daughter’s school. They just wanted to let her know that her daughter had come to school with a Smirnoff Raspberry Vodka pouch in her school lunch.
Did she know that?
Yep, her daughter had grabbed it instead of her usual juice pouch.
There’s a couple of ways the mum could have responded to this phone call. She could have gotten defensive.
“Well, take it off her then!”
Or laughed it off. She chose the latter.