DJ Sommers tweeted two photos of the bottles that show what appears to be his brother's school picture and this line: "Our child might be the reason you drink, so enjoy this bottle on us".
Happy holidays, indeed! Mary, the mother behind the madness, told BuzzFeed News that Jake is their youngest child and it's his previous year at the Catholic school all three of her kids have attended.
"(The teachers) all thought it was hilarious", she said.
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At the time of this writing, the photos were liked more than 36,000 times and were retweeted more than 5,000 times.
Mary and Paul Sommers of Beavercreek had special labels printed bearing the image of their son, eighth-grader Jake, and affixed them to the bottles of wine they gave his teachers at Ascension School in Kettering. "But who doesn't need a glass of wine after teaching a kid like mine?"
Sommers told NBC affiliate WDTN that while his parents don't believe the younger child is a bad kid, they do say he's "that kid". "(Jake) always has something to say.
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Kate, 35, chose a feminine peplum jacket and matching pencil skirt from favourite designer Catherine Walker for the shoot. Kate doesn't appear to be pregnant yet, or at least in the very early stages of her pregnancy, when the picture was shot.
This year though, one couple from Dayton, Ohio nailed it by presenting their son's teachers with the gift that keeps on giving - wine.
"It was kind of more of a thanking the teachers for putting up with me and my sister and my brother", D.J. said of the gift. And as most eighth graders would, Jake thought the gift "was amusing".
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