I was on the younger side when I started having kids. Princess, my first, will be 10 in a few weeks- and I am 32. 22 years old, these days is really young to start a family- yet my mother at that age already had two kids, and that was normal.
Most of the time the kids do not ask silly questions like "did you have electricity when you were a kid?" generally, they assume that things were the same then as they are now.
The other day though, I was asked if we had one of those cars from the 1960s when I was little- after just discussing that I was born in the 1980s and that that car was from the 1960s.
So I asked the kids what they thought it was like when I was little. There were some interesting answers. They thought we had a milk man. They thought girls always had to wear skirts. Yet 10 minutes later they were asking something relating to calling my mom on her cell phone, email, and internet.
Silly kids. Cell phones are their norm. The internet is the norm. Email is norm. So I told them a story about going to the library and using books-- not Google and about the card catalog. And about the printers with the tooth fed paper.