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08-01-2005, 08:55 PM
When I was little (about 2 or 3) I cut open the roof of my mouth with a toy golf club (the shaft was metal tubing and the plastic cap had come off). Required a trip to the ER, getting 'knocked out' and having stitches! It's my earliest childhood memory! :lol:
Is that why I'm so warped? :huh: LOL!!!
What is yours?
08-02-2005, 07:31 AM
My earliest childhood memory is eating salted cucumber slices on a hot day on our back porch.
08-02-2005, 07:53 AM
"swimming" in the little pool in our backyard. I was about 3 or so...:huh: I would walk on my hands and I thought I was swimming! :lol:
08-02-2005, 02:03 PM
I think it was around my third birthday, I was sitting on this red bench in our kitchen and opening a set of sheets for my bed. They had huge yellow and orange watercolor type flowers all over them.
I was probably about 18 months old. My older brother and sister were in my room teaching me how to reach under my crib, hit the release bar so the side of the crib would drop, and then how to safely climb out.
The next memory I have is when I was almost three and it was my brother's first day of kindergarten.
08-04-2006, 04:09 PM
My earliest memory was of sitting in baby seat looking up at gondola's. Turns out that my Grandparents had a mural on the wall behind the couch and my mom would sit me in my chair and that is what I would look at. I had to be only a few months old but it's a foggy memory that I asked my mom about and that is what she told me. When my Grandfather died in March 2006, the paneling was taken down and the mural had been hidden under it for many years. Pretty cool how our memories work.
02-09-2009, 06:26 PM
10-14-2009, 04:55 PM
My earliest childhood memory is going with my mother from kindergarten to the grade school I attended. We went there to register for the next school year. I remember getting out of "nap time" and getting to go to my new school and having cookies and lemonade there.
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