The surprise came when the parents made a decision to switch out the labels on the wine bottles and replace them with a photo of their son.
A couple from Dayton, Ohio chose to get their son's elementary school teachers a special Christmas gift this year. Typically something small like a candle or flower to say thank you.
They made the custom bottles of white wine as a "thank you" - but also in recognition that their boy is "that kid", mother Mary Sommers told the Dayton Daily News. "Happy holidays", DJ wrote on Twitter.
This year though, one couple from Dayton, Ohio nailed it by presenting their son's teachers with the gift that keeps on giving - wine. "But who doesn't need a glass of wine after teaching a kid like mine?"
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She and her husband, Paul Sommers, gave the wine to the teachers at their son Jake's school in Kettering. "So, they all got a good kick out of it too", Sommers said. "[Jake] always has something to say".
Many people include their children's teachers on the gift list and one Miami Valley family decided the usual gift ideas would not suffice.
Jake Sommers acknowledged his role in making his teachers work a little harder.
Another added, "As a teacher I can definitely appreciate this kind of gesture".