42% you take only a half hour to 45 minutes to get out the door, and an impressive 21% take only 15-30. 15% of you were split evenly between less than 15 and 45-60. I’m going to count myself in that last cohort due to the fact that I have a toddler. She’s a convenient excuse for almost anything.
A friend and I were recently at a party, and we briefly discussed allowing our same-aged sons to walk to a nearby park (she lives in the neighborhood). We went back and forth for a bit, but eventually decided against it. Then we started talking about how it seems in our memories that we had a lot more freedom way back when than kids do now. Is that pretty much a given? Or are we just old and our memories are faulty?