Are you younger today than you were yesterday? Due to the finite speed of light, everything we observe is a consequence of events that occured in our past - i.e., when the universe was younger than it is at present.
Everything we observe is the same amount of time. The age of the atom at emission of a photon plus the duration of the photon always add up to the same present. Say I look out in the night sky with my hand out in front of me. The age of the atom within my hand plus the duration of the young photon I receive from it should be the same amount of time as the young atom in a galaxy far far away plus the duration of the old photon I receive right next to it. So even it we are the oldest part of matter we observe we are still seeing back the same amount of time from our view of our shared present. How else do you think of phased space always being relative.