Things my son will never know…

My wife and I were having a conversation the other day about things our 18 month old son will never know. We wondered what his world will be like when he is 18 years old, 30, and even 60 (which will be 2066). It was fun and sad to think of these things. Here is just some…

He will never know what a CD is because everything will be MP3s.
He will never know gas as $1.00 a gallon or even less as it was when we started driving.
He will never know life before reality TV.
He will never know life before September 11.
He will never know what a VCR is.
He will never know TV without DVR (he already hands us the TiVo remote during commercials)
He will never know that the Presidency was held only by white men (yes that is my prediction).
He will never know life without safety equipment and car seats.
He will never know life without war and terrorism.
He will never know life without organic food and fair trade options.
He will never know cars that weren’t hybrids or at least didn’t get 30 miles to the gallon.
He will never know who Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, and Lindsey Lohan are.
He will never know living in anything other than a parsonage.
He will never understand why his mom and dad liked Michael Jackson’s music at one time.
He will never know life without the grace of our Lord and Savior.

If you can come up with more, we would love to hear them!

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2 thoughts on “Things my son will never know…

  1. Will your son ever know about a non-wireless telephone?Some children will never know what it is like to go to a church that does not have a big screen up front. Some church-going children will never know what a hymnal is.

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