No. I want to recount a story so that you might laugh at how silly some of the things that come out of his mouth are and how he often doesn't think much before he speaks (remind you of anyone? ;) )
The following happened last weekend.
DS1 who is glued to a games console about 90% of the time had a parcel arrive in the post for him. Nothing unusual about that but the contents perplexed him somewhat.
Which would be nothing out of the ordinary if you grew up in the 90's, except that he didn't.
Nothing to play it on whatsoever. Everything my children listen to is digital or on YouTube.
I was partly grateful for this as it appeared to be a CD of gaming soundtracks from Nintendo (really? is that what they listen to these days?). Then DH suggested that we download the music into iTunes on our computer and then put it onto his iPod so that he could listen to it.
DS1 looked rather worried...
Turning to us in a low voice he said "if we do that does the music, y'know, stay on the CD still?"
(I was very tempted to tell him that little scourers inside the computer removed the music at high speed, polished it and then spat it out of the slot again, but I didn't.)
The following day.
We had just enjoyed a really nice Sunday lunch at my mum's house. DS1 was
Suddenly he marched purposefully into the room and said "I've just realised something!"
We waited with baited breath as to what this revelation would be...
"The floor in Grandma's kitchen and in our house too, isn't really made of wood! It is just a photo of wood, how weird is that?!"
Yes, readers, we have laminate, which incidentally we had put down because we knew how messy a certain toddler was when we moved in. He has lived with it/walked on it for 14 years now and has only just realised what it is made from.