What's the earliest thing/memory you can remember about what you were doing, feeling or thinking?
I was about 3 I think because I was in a car seat. All I really remember was being hot and my grandmother loading a box of books from a yard sale into the trunk of our car.
Crazy how our brain picks these seemingly irrelevant things to remember.
I was six months old, lying in a crib looking at my parents sleeping.
I remember being in the pram and my mother talking to me. I wanted to tell her "I understand, I understand" but I couldn't speak-I didn't have the language. And I remember feeling soooo frustrated. Odd, huh? But that's my earliest memory.
I remembered that I was 5 or 6, I was at my friend's home, she taught me how to play the baby piano"Twinkle twinkle little star".
40 years later, I still remember the keys
3212 333 222 333
3212 333 22 32 111
Those were the keys.
Gosh, I can't even remember my phone number!
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