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  1. #11

    nah, adolescence really begins at age 10
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  2. #12

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  3. #13

    No, if you're in Middle School you're almost a teenager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael69 View Post
    This may seem controversial,however I see a lot of early 2010s influence when it comes to people from born 1997-1999. For one I see people born in 1997-1999 relating more to people born 2000-2003/04 more than people born from 1994-1996. Another reason is that they don't remember a time without Social Media being a huge part of our lives.They also can't remember a time before YouTube. Another reason is becasue people born from 1997-1999 would've been strictly toddlers until atleast 2004, and wouldn't have clear memories until atleast 2005 or 2006 and technology by then was already advancing rapidly to where it was during the early 2010s. What do you think. Can people born from 1997-1999 be considered as partial 2010s kids?
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  6. #15

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael69 View Post
    Another reason is becasue people born from 1997-1999 would've been strictly toddlers until atleast 2004, and wouldn't have clear memories until atleast 2005 or 2006 and technology by then was already advancing rapidly to where it was during the early 2010s.
    False. Toddlerhood is ages 12 months-36 months (Or 1-3 years), and childhood is ages 3-12. 1997-1999 babies would've actually been toddlers until 2000-2002, respectively. Remembering things vividly is usually the norm starting at age 5 (Of which 1997-1999 babies would've turned that age in 2002-2004, respectively), although some can remember vividly beforehand. It varies from one person to the next.
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  7. #16

    Quote Originally Posted by Willtip98 View Post
    False. Toddlerhood is ages 12 months-36 months (Or 1-3 years), and childhood is ages 3-12. 1997-1999 babies would've actually been toddlers until 2000-2002, respectively. Remembering things vividly is usually the norm starting at age 5 (Of which 1997-1999 babies would've turned that age in 2002-2004, respectively), although some can remember vividly beforehand. It varies from one person to the next.
    Do you understand why I didn't count 2002-2004 for late 90s babies? You put no context to what parenting was like from after 9/11 to 2005.Parents were very protective of their children during those years, and I would image that had a huge effect on memories since it led to less experiences during childhood,especially the first half of childhood.Just becasue peoeple born from 1997-1999 started Elementary School from years 2002-2004 respectfully doesn't mean anything.People people born in 1997-1999 will very likely have limited or no memories from 2002-2004 if you take post 9/11 overprotective parenting into consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael69 View Post
    Do you understand why I didn't count 2002-2004 for late 90s babies? You put no context to what parenting was like from after 9/11 to 2005.Parents were very protective of their children during those years, and I would image that had a huge effect on memories since it led to less experiences during childhood,especially the first half of childhood.Just becasue peoeple born from 1997-1999 started Elementary School from years 2002-2004 respectfully doesn't mean anything.People people born in 1997-1999 will very likely have limited or no memories from 2002-2004 if you take post 9/11 overprotective parenting into consideration.
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  9. #18
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    Well 1997-1999 were kids in the 2010s going by the 2-12 definition of childhood (anyone who is not an infant, but has not reached adolescence yet) or 5-12 (any child that is required to be in school, but has not reached adolescence). However, most of their childhood was in the 2000s with 1997 spending the entirety of the 2000s in their childhood. However, 1999 finished their childhood in the early 2010s itself turning 13 in 2012. However, at this point I really dont believe in the term 2010s kid or 2000s kid. I mean you were a kid for the decade at some point, but it is really not fair if you are just given one label. Both the definitions I put made my childhood mostly in the 2000s, though the first one puts my childhood with a few months in the 90s, the full 2000s decade, and a few months of the 2010s, while the second one makes my childhood cover most of the 2000s, and a few months of the 2010s. So, really, I am a no-decade kid.
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  10. #19

    Nope. we're 100% 2000s kids. No if's, and's, or but's about it. Born '99 and clearly remember 2003-2009. Only really consider 2010 to be apart of my "childhood" somewhat cause I was a tween by then and starting to get into teen culture. I definitely consider myself a mid 2000s kid considering I was participating heavily in the kid culture of that time and started school in the mid 2000s. I find it ridiculous that we could even be considered 10's kids when we barely spent any time as kids during the decade and were more influenced by the 2000s.

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    Generation Y

    1999 were the last to leave core childhood before the 2010s since core childhood is ages 5-9. However, since childhood ends when a person turns 13, 1997 did have a little childhood in 2010.


     
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