A Minnesota woman gave a “real confidence boost” to mothers with tiny tots after sharing her story of getting her son’s birth date wrong for two years in a row. Emily Vondrachek shared the hilarious revelation on social media and showed what it’s like to have a brood of four kids under the age of 6 at home, according to PEOPLE.

“Here’s a little story to allow all the moms of littles [sic] out there to maybe feel a little better about yourselves. Here’s a real confidence boost for you,” the woman said in a video that’s now viral with around 3.2 million views.

The twist of events began after Vondrachek received a call from the pediatrician’s office. They told her they were facing issues with billing their 3-year-old son’s last checkup because his date of birth in their files didn’t match with the insurance company’s records.

“My son’s birthday is the 26th — I’m his mother, I know his birthday,” Vondrachek recalled her firm declaration to the receptionist.

She nearly phoned up the insurance company to give them a piece of her mind. However, she stopped herself and decided to confirm her son’s birth date before blowing a fuse.

“Maybe I should scroll back on Facebook to look at the birth announcement years ago to make sure,” she recalled thinking to herself. And, lo and behold, she saw that her son’s birth date is Feb. 25 after all.

“And you want to know the worst part? It’s my middle child!” a dumbstruck Vondrachek said.

She later called the receptionist back, and they shared a good laugh.

The woman, who has 1.2 million followers on TikTok, spoke to TODAY Parents and revealed she’s a mother to 5-year-old Johnny, 2-year-old Nora, 4-month-old Olive and Henry who will turn four this year on Feb. 25, not the 26th.

“Henry wants an Iron Man-Hulk party,” said Vondrachek as she plans to go big with the celebration this time. “He’s specifically requested a red Hulk, not a green Hulk. I have no idea how I’m going to make that happen — but for my middle child I will do anything.”

Vondrachek also said sharing the mom-fail online showed her that she wasn’t alone.

“One year my mother sang Happy birthday to Allison... My name is Ashley. I'm an only child,” one user commented on her post while another quipped, “I had my middle child's birth month wrong for over a year. Who knew August was the 8th month, not the 9th.”

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