Life timeline

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    The 1st two years

  • cognitive

    I was late to talk according to my mom but when i started she said i never stopped. I said few words till i was about 2 1/2 years old then she said my mouth just took off.
  • Biosocial

    I never crawled and my mother was worried I would never walk. I could stand with help from the couch but i still wouldn't crawl. But around 8 or 9 months she said i stepped away from the couch and just kept going.By 10 months i could walk across a room without help
  • Psychosocial

    According to my mom I was a very happy and content baby. I never wanted to be held unless I was hurt and I was more than happy to play in a room by myself whether my mom was in the room or not.
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    The Play years

  • Psychosocial

    According to my mom by age 2 I was walking, talking, and making my prescence known. By age 3 I was lucky to still be alive. During that time I was easily angered, I would throw emper tantrums whenever I didn't get my way. I would yell and scream no matter where we were.
  • Cognitive

    I was already in preschool by age 3. I knew my numbers up to 10, all of my main colors, and I also knew a dog was a dog and a cat was a cat.
  • Biosocial

    At this age I almost lost a finger. I wanted to use the big girl scissors to cut my paper but couldn't quite use them yet. I ended up cutting my finger and making my first trip to the er.
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    The School years

  • cognitive

    In first grade I was in the advance reading class. I can remember feeling smart just because i was in the advanced group when others in my class were not. Also I knew for sure i never wanted to be in the other group
  • Psychosocial

    I can remember I always wanted to dress just like my best friend. I would see what she wore the day before and try to copy it the next day.
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    adolescence

  • Biosocial

    I got into sports bigtime at this age. I played everything from soccer to basketball, tee-ball to swimming. I loved to compete i just didn't know how to lose i always had to win
  • Biosocial

    Freshmen year of highschool all I could think about was how dorky clothes were or how I hated my hair and wished I could have blonde hair or dark brown hair anythig other than the ugly moussy brown hair I had.
  • Cognitive

    During highschool I excelled in the arts especially music. I had played the violin for years but when I was 17 I taught myself how to play the viola well enough that I was asked to play a solo at one of my school's concerts.
  • Psychosocial

    Also during highschool I went through every phase in the book. From dressing in all black to listening to different types of music. I would change my style, my hair even attempt to change my personality every other week.
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    Emerging Adulthood

  • Cognitive

    I lost my dad several years ago and this year my life has gone through many changes. It has been a difficult year but everything I have gone through has made me cling to religion more. I was never a very devout catholic but the challenges I have faced and overcame has given me a greater need and appreciation for religion.
  • Psychosocial

    I currently work as a pharmacy technicia and I used to think I could do it for the rest of my life but now I find myself wanting more. I am no longer satisfied with just getting by I want to succeed in other areas. Making me further my education so that I can get a better job.
  • Biosocial

    Recently when I was 22 I learned how to ride a quad. Now I wasn't an expert but I wanted to ride like everyone else and this meant going up a huge steep hill. This was something i had never done before also something that was very challenging but one day I decided to just go for it. I powered my way up the hill and it was a huge rush of excitement reaching the top without hurting myself.
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    adulthood

  • Biosocial

    I assume by age 40 I will start to see gray hairs, worry about wrinkles and develope new aches and pains. Also I anticipate me walking to hlep keep myself heathly and maintain my mobility since at this age I will be concerned with aging.
  • Cognittive

    I think that at this age I will focus less on expanding my college learning and focus on more everyday knowledge. Such as learning parenting skills, financial planning skills and learning more about planning for retirement and not working.
  • Psychosocial

    I expect that my sister and I will be closer than ever at this age. Spend time talkng about children,husbands,homes and life. I can't imagine aging without my sister. If i don't physically see her every day I will call her
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    Late Adulthood

  • Biosocial

    By the time I am in my 70's I will have shrunk a considerable about like my grandma who only stands 4ft 10 in. Also I antcipate having long pure white hair because I refuse to cut it. On top of physical apperance I will have developed arthritis in my knees and back as well as wearing stronger strength glasses
  • Cognitive

    I will also be like my grandma in the respect that I will tell the same story several times only because I will have forgotten I had already told it. Which will drive my childrend and grandchildren crazy.
  • Psychosocial

    It is my plan to reire somewhat early and to move up north with my husband. I will spend the rest of my days enjoying nature and my family. I want to live close to my children and grandchildren so I can remain a large part in their lives.
  • Death

    I expect to outlive my husband as I will have practiced a healthier lifestyle than him. I expect to live to be 94 years old simply because I am too stubborn to die young and enjoy life too much