Here's an interesting Food and Drink Question that's sparked quite a bit of controversy among CafeMoms:
Should children be allowed to bring parents a beer from the fridge?
Most moms commented that they didn't think this was a big deal—as long as kids know alcohol is for adults only and they are old enough to safely handle a glass bottle. One mom even good-naturedly joked that the whole point of having kids is so that they can get things for you!
But other moms had an issue with this situation: They thought it was inappropriate for a child to handle a "grown-up" beverage. Period.
I'm sort of in the middle with respect to my opinion on the matter. I can remember bringing my dad a cold beer from the fridge once in a while, and I don't think it affected me one way or the other. Still, I have to agree with some of the moms' comments: If my husband asked my kid to grab him a beer, I think I would be like, "Seriously? Stop being lazy and just get it yourself!"
What do you think? Do you allow this in your house?