Saturday, January 27, 2007

My Earliest Memory

One of my earliest memories was me at about 18 months old playing with my Fisher Price castle.

I don't remember the dragon but I remember quite vividly everything else.

What was one of your earliest memories?

castle

Originally posted: Come on Pilgrim - July 27th, 2005.

7 comments:

  1. One of my earliest memories was when I was about 2 1/2. We were on vacation and one of my father's friends (or so I was later told) stuck me in a tree with two of the other kids (3 families went on vacation together). I have the photo of us and I look terrified. The photo probably has reinforced the memory over the years, but I do remember looking down and being scared.

    I also remember the pink snap bead necklace I had when I was around 2, and my fascination with coffee scoops (the ones that came in the coffee cans).

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  2. One of my earliest memories was when I was either 2 or 3. It was Christmastime and I remember noting that the tree looked so big, and that the tinsel was so shiny. A Hansel and Gretel cartoon was blaring away on the TV and my brother and I watched while eating mint chocolates. I still remember looking through that box of chocolates with one of my best dresses and blue stockings on!

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  3. Pre-aged-2:

    Being tiny enough to be bathed in the bathroom sink. How I could feel that my mother loved me as she bundled me up in a towel.

    Nose out of joint when jolly-jumper-ish device was passed on to my younger cousin.

    Age 2:

    Driving from Ontario to Alabama. Well, I wasn't driving. I was in the back seat. Sheesh. I wasn't THAT advanced.

    And many more.

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  4. My neices and I (only a year apart like steps), had some barn with animals and those little people in the picture. Of course we also had Weebles. So much fun!

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  5. AJ, I had a small farm set too and boy did I ever love it.

    MJ: You're pre-aged 2 memory is beautiful. And Driving at age 2? I wouldn't put it past ya! :)

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  6. A beachball.

    That's it really, just a beachball.

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  7. I loved reading all of those memories!

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