22 Hilarious Times Kids Made Us Feel Absolutely Ancient

There is nothing like a small child to make you feel young, and simultaneously really, really old. Kids that have grown up in this world of fast-paced technology genuinely have a hard time imagining life before iPhones, Facetime, and television on demand.

My kids have never had to wait for a commercial break for their show to come back on, or worse yet, miss the show altogether because they weren’t home when it aired. They have never run to the mailbox day after day awaiting a letter from their best friend who moved away – they simply tap a button on their phone and their friend’s face magically appears.

I for one, am glad I got to grow up in pretty much the last generation before technology exploded. I feel lucky that my childhood was free of cell phones and social media.

But technology definitely has its pros as well…after all, if it weren’t for social media, I wouldn’t be laughing with any of you here!

Here are some of my favorite posts about kids just not understanding our lives back in the “1900’s” LOL…enjoy!

#1 Uh-oh…
#2 Oh, to be young enough to think that 20 is old…
#3 LOL…
#4 Ouch…
#5 Imagine if they saw a record album…
#6 LOL…
#7 Oh, to be 38 again…
#8 I can only imagine what they would’ve said about life at 70…
#9 Ahh, the good old newspaper! I love that my dad still gets it delivered every day…
#10 Oh, the hardship we endured with having to mail DVD’s…
#11 I miss being able to slam the phone down in anger…doesn’t exactly work with an iPhone!
#12 Missed that war by just a bit…
#13 Wow…
#14 Ouch…
#15 Nothing like a good “old-fashioned” email…
#16 Man, I hated doing dishes in the cave…
#17 “Mastodon meat” LOL…
#18 Well, at least they’re doing their homework, I guess!
#19 I can’t even…
#20 Oh, to be 29 again…
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#21 This is my own child, right here – true story…
#22 And my fact-toting son, who never fails to remind me of my age…

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