My mom has this great collection of 45s. I remember spending some fantastic afternoons as a kid spinning Joan Jett, the Beatles, and so many other classics.
This lazy Saturday afternoon, we had the 89.3 the Current on for Cooper and they played a song by the Pixies.
Jen to Cooper: “This was the first CD your mom bought. At the music store in the mall….Back when there were music stores….and malls.”
I’m sure that CD is in one of the many boxes of CDs, cassettes, and VHS tapes in the cloest. I know my first CD – They Might Be Giants – Flood is up there. I have a hard time imagining Cooper ever digging through those boxes – especially when he’s already got a playlist on my iPod.
Obviously, Cooper also doesn’t know anything about Sept. 11, 2001 or the Iraq War. I feel real good about that. Hopefully, those events will end up meaning the same to him as the Korean War does to me: it happened and it’s over.
3 July 2007 Update: We inherited an old early Little Tikes kitchen, circa 1980. With a wall-mounted rotary phone. I don’t know that Cooper’s ever acknowledged it as a phone. Though he’s already racking up the minutes on his green Parent’s flip phone.
One thought on “Things That Mean Nothing to Cooper”
First ALBUM: Going Places by Herb Alpert and the TB. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Going_Places
One of the next was early Monkees.
Then one day Bobby Thomas’s mom who owned the Range Music where I bought all my records handed me the first Zeppelin album. She said it was heavy. I took a chance. Wow! Bye Herb.
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