"Tháinig mé abhaile agus d'ól mé bainne le mo mháthair."
Translation:I came home and I drank milk with my mother.
Pól and his mum. She works at the prison you know; and he likes washing cats, so why not? :)
My mother and I drank Milk or I drank milk and my mother kept me company? In my experience Irish speakers are more careful with their language. I am especially suspicious where "with" is used as Irish has a lot of expressions they use which makes it clear what they mean.