It always starts with… “When I was a kid….” “We had to WALK to school…in the SNOW…with NO SHOES…UPHILL both ways…” “We didn’t have TOYS…we had to play with rocks & sticks and old tires…” “We didn’t get to go out to eat…our town didn’t even have a café…and we couldn’t have afforded it if it did…”
You get the picture.
I have to say the same thing about my kids. I am the one in my generation saying it.
I noticed this morning that Saturday morning cartoons were on and DS didn’t even seem to care. They don’t get excited about
I never was ‘into’ cartoons as a kid
Kids don’t (or at least MY kids don’t) appreciate all the electronics and video games they have. When I was a kid the only video game option was Atari, and only my friends who
Kids have sensory overload and have been overwhelmed with ‘things’ to a point they are numb and unappreciative of how “good they have it”. I had to say it. Because it’s true. But telling them how good they have it
I refuse to be the circus ringleader.