birthI was born 8lb 14oz
My mother says I was a calm baby. I had two older sisters and two loving parents
I was on target for my age.
4 monthsBiosocial development:
My nutritional needs were met with breast milk and baby cereal.
My growth was on target for my age.
learned to walkbiosocial developent:
By this age I was well fed and a good eater but tall an thin for my age.
I was learning to speak short sentences and had a bit of stranger anxiety due to the fact that I was never put in day care.
I was calm and loved to be with my older sisters.
started to ride horsesWhen I was about 5 years old I started to love my grandparents house because they had horses.
I was getting old enough to control the horses on my own and loved riding.
I learned how to respond to situations that arised wile riding and started to learn how to care for them.
I was always surronded by family. I was a girlly girl but loved to get dirty and garden.
move to michiganCognitive development:
It was a big change coming to michigan from a small town in Indiana. To say I didn't like it would be an understatement. From 5 acres and horses to a tiny back yard.
6th gradeBiosocial development:
I was 5 feet 8 inches and the tallest kid in class. I loved sports and played volleyball and soccer.
new carPsycosocial development:
Got my first car! I was a girly girl and had lots of friends and family.
I was a healthy 18 year old.
I had just finished high school and looked forward to a happy life with my new husband.
I was very happy and so was my family.
the birth of my 4th child, StephenBiosocial:
I was healthy and had a smooth delivery.
psychosocial: I was very happy and loved introducing him to my family and friends.
Back to schoolI was 28 years old and decided to return to college.
Cognitive: I was going to study nursing started with math and biology.
psychosocial: Little bit scared of how hard it was going to be but had a lot of family support.
graduate from msu veterinary schoolBiosocial: Full of life, running on a regular basis.
Cognitive: loving the thought of starting my new life as a veterinarian and putting my knowledge to use.
Psychosocial: Happy, ready to start a new venture with the family that loves and supports me.
my career as a veterinarianBiosocial: I am getting older but still very healthy and active.
Cognitive: I will forever be learning in my career through research and experience.
This has been a great job for not only myself but my children and grand children.
The birth of my first great grandchildBiosocial: I am healthy because of my life choices and good eating habbits. I also exercize on a regular basis.
Cognitive: I am keeping my mind sharp by studying and life experiences.
I am becoming more and more humble as I age. My husband and I are enjoying our time together.
my last yearsBiosocial: I am still able to live happily with my husband children, great, and great great grand children. I can walk, eat well and do all the things I need to do just at a slower pace. Cognitive: My memory is great I have kept up on my education and it has made me sharp! Psychosocial: I may be slow but I can keep up on the love everyone of my decendants. We are the happiest family in the world and we are always together! My husband and I are still active in the community and share the love.
my deathBiosocial: There is no more growth. Early this morning my children found my husband and I passed in our sleep.
Cognitive: We are no longer able to think
Psychosocial: We died a peaceful death hand in hand and our family members were not sad, they were happy we lived such a long happy life!