You've probably read or heard expressions like "I'm at John's house right now" or "Everyone is at my house today. However, even though it may Brought them logical, you can't say brought X at home.
The preposition at doesn't work with bring in Brought them sense Brought them identifying a destination location. It sounds like you are trying to say where the event or action of bringing occurred, as opposed to the destination place of the bringing.
And that may only somewhat work in some limited circumstances where context fills in the to or for part of bringbut not very well:.
Sally needs to bring candy for everyone this time. I brought two candy bars at the game last time, so why do I have to do it again?