Somewhere around the first days of 1st grade, I had with me an electrical generator (around two kilogramms of weight) with a small light bulb attached to it's terminals ... thats what I was interested in the most at the time.
Then, I learnt soldering around 6, did my first mains extension cord around 8.
I was the kid with separate bags of tools whenever there was some vacation, in case of emergency, namely if any of my contraptions would fail.
Like my water gun... I built my own water gun which included a windshield washer pump, a 12V accumulator and was fitted in a back pack next to some 12 liters of water.
It had a range of eight meters if I can recall that correctly.
I created my own PCB's by the age of 11, reverse engineered stuff like camera's flashlight circuits and created my own PCB for them with the components replaced from the old one to the new around 13.
I went into an electrical engineering focused high school. On my own I learnt to program Atmel's AVR micro-controllers in C.
I always loved to write programs for embedded things like MCU-s, not-smart phones and later on for smart phones too.
With AVR I managed to write my own PWM library, red from FAT file systems, handled displays, did serial communication, and so on.
From time to time I teach electronics to teenagers too!
I like to tinker, hack, repair electronic gadgets or build some custom stuff for fun projects. For example I have participated in a few robotics related contests in the past with a small team.
So for 20+ years being into electronics is a recurring topic for me, even though I only consider it as a hobby.