My mom told me the most shocking story today and I just had to share it with other parents. My aunt was babysitting my cousin's 7 year old son and she took him grocery shopping with her. He pointed to some bottles and said, "Grandma, we have that at home. Can we get some?" My aunt said sure and put it in the cart. When they got home, the little boy picked up one of the bottles and said, "Grandma, can I have some now?" She said sure and poured it in a glass. He drank the entire glass and then my uncle came in. He picked up the bottle and said, "What are you doing with this?" My aunt said, "He wanted some since they have it at home." My uncle said, "Do you know what it is?" So? What was in the bottle? Are you ready for this? Bartles & Jaymes! Yes, the wine cooler! Apparently, my cousin drinks it but he doesn't give it to his kids! Did my aunt even bother to look at the bottle before she bought it? No! Did she look at it before she let the kid drink it? Uh-uh! I told my mom that I was appalled by that story. How can my aunt be so stupid? My mom said she's not stupid, just naive. I've known this woman all my life. I knew she was a little sheltered from the world, but who would give a kid something to drink without knowing what it is? What will she let him drink next time? Bleach? Apparently, my cousin just laughed about it when he found out. I don't think I would ever leave my kids with her again if I were him and his wife. Do you think this is an honest mistake or an unforgivable act of stupidity? Apparently, she's not apologetic about it. She just said she didn't know what it was. In every store I've been in, the wine coolers are in the liquor aisle right next to the beer and chilled wines. How could you not know you were buying liquor? It's not like it's right next to the soda and juice. What the?