I’ve been celebrating my son's birthday on the wrong day for TWO YEARS – it was a doctor's call which made me realise

A MUM has taken to TikTok to reveal her epic parenting fail, admitting she's been celebrating her son's birthday on the wrong day for the past two years.

Emily Vondrachek posted a video on the social media site to explain what had happened, and hopefully give other "mums of littles out there" a "real confidence boost".


"I just got off the phone with my paediatrician, she’s trying to bill our last visit to our insurance company," she began.

"Per my words, my sons birthday is the 26th. I am his mother, I know his birthday.

"The insurance company says no, his birthday’s on the 25th."

Explaining that she was "about to call up my insurance company to let them have it", Emily decided to " scroll back on Facebook to look at the birth announcement years ago to make sure".

"I just got done doing that, and his birthday is indeed the 25th," she said, looking embarrassed.

"For two years I’ve been celebrating his birthday on the 26th!

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"And now I have to call my paediatrician back and say, ‘Hahaha, you know what? I had my kid’s birthday wrong.’"

Emily added that the "worst part" of the whole situation is that it's her "middle child" – Henry.

"I love my kids okay, I love my kids," she jokingly shouted from her porch.

"They may not have their birthday celebration on the correct day but they celebrate it the next."

She concluded her video by starting to say "Merry Christmas" before scolding herself, "Christmas is over!"

The comments section was quickly overrun with hilarious remarks from others who had either made similar mistakes themselves, or been the subject of such errors.

"I got flustered one day when someone said I had a handsome baby boy and asked his name," one mum wrote.

"I said Ron. Her name is Harper. It’s hard out here."

"One year my mother sang, 'Happy birthday to Allison'… My name is Ashley. I'm an only child," another comment read.

"My dad introduced me at a wedding as 'Ellen'," someone else commented. "My name is Annie. I was 19."

"I took my first to work to show him off 4 wks after I had him," another person wrote. "Someone asked what his name was- I went totally blank and said Reno (dogs name)."

"Oh my gosh girl!! not the middle child!!!" someone else commented, to which Emily replied: "It’s horrible. I gave him the longest hug after finding out and told him how much I loved him!"

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