I often wonder how our children will remember their childhood.
This question is usually posed after one of them complains about something as anti-dramatic as wifi connectivity.
I suppose it is at this point that I should start in on all the difficulties we faced back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when I was their age.
“Back in the ‘80s, we didn’t have google, we had a card catalog and an outdated set of World Book encyclopedias,” I’d say.
(Insert tween eye rolls here.)