At age 34 with my parents almost in their 70s I just embrace the embarrassing moments. Ive lost enough relatives and close friends to know that these moments are the ones that stick with you and make the best laughable stories long after those people are gone.
I don't remember the first time my Dad and I played catch, but I do remember the time my Mom showed up to my 8th grade homeroom class unannounced in a neon purple unitard on her way to Jazersize so she could bring me my lunch in a brown paper bag with my name on it it.
Until the day I die I will never forget my buddy saying, "Dude, is that your Mom banging on the window?" Followed by her swinging the door open and saying, "You forgot your lunch, honey!"
If she walked into my office and did that today it would be fucking hillarious.
Is your mom Beverly Goldberg? https://i.imgur.com/Ag1TYTf.gifv
to clarify: the middle brother was hiding behind the door to surprised the younger brother, didn't realize the bigger surprise he nearly ran past was their older brother coming home.