Cameron Schott Timeline By facebooker_100003740845447 Mar 5, 1995 Birth Cadillac, Michigan May 5, 1995 Rolling Over Physical Event- First time that I rolled over on my stomach on my own. May 5, 1995 Picking Up Objects Physical Event- First time I started picking up things like rattles etc. Sep 5, 1995 Crawling Physical Significant- First time that I started crawling around my house. Sep 5, 1995 Talking Cognitive Events- Starting saying my first words. Dec 5, 1995 Walking Physical Event- First time I started taking steps and walking along furniture. Dec 5, 1995 First Surgery Physical Event- I had my first surgery on my ears when I was 9 months old. First time that I had to spend the night in a hospital. Feb 5, 1996 Teething Physical Event- First real pain came when I was teething. Sep 5, 1996 Colors Cognitive Event- Learned my colors and could recognize them all within 18 months. Mar 5, 1997 Wrote My Name Cognitive Event- First time that I was able to write my name. Shows how I was beginning to develop mentally. Sep 26, 1997 Sibling Social Event- My only sibling was born. First time that I had to share my parents. Mar 5, 1999 Potty Training Cognitive Event- When I was truly potty trained and I understood that I needed to go to the bathroom in the toilet. Mar 5, 1999 Reading Cognitive Event- I began reading in preschool. At first words then full sentences. Mar 5, 1999 Birthday Party Social Event- First birthday party with classmates and friends instead of just family. Aug 17, 1999 Sports Physical Event- First time I was on a sporting team. It was also the first time that I really tested my athleticism against others. It was fall soccer. Mar 5, 2000 Lost Tooth Physical Event- First time that I was visited by the tooth fairy, and got the cash for it. Apr 14, 2000 First Time I Got In Trouble Social Event- First time that I got into trouble with my friend, Kyle Kolbe, in kindergarten and ended up getting grounded. Jul 9, 2000 Football Social Event- Begin my long journey with football that has helped to mold my relationships with friends as well as my family and other adults. Ths is how I got to know everyone that I know today. Mar 5, 2001 Learn To Swim Physical Event- I began swimming lessons at the YMCA. First time I had to swim on my own. May 15, 2001 Riding A Bike Cognitive Event- First time that I rode a bicyclye without training wheels. It took me a while to get this one. Sep 12, 2001 First Pet Dying Social Event- First time we had to have a pet put to sleep. First time dealing with death. Mar 5, 2002 First Sleepover Social Event- First time I treid to spend the night at a friends house. Like most children my mother had to come pick me up. Nov 10, 2003 Learned To Play Chess Cognitive Event- My Grandpa taught me how to play chess. One of my all-time favorite board games. Jun 10, 2004 Braces Social event- I got braces for 3 and a half years and this was the first time that I had to deal with being teased. Oct 17, 2004 Algebra Cognitive Event- Noah Carter's grandma came into our elementary and taught some of us how to do basic algebra. Dec 4, 2008 Family Vacation Social Event- This was the first time that my whole family had been on vacation. We went to stay in Denver because my brother had one a contest. Aug 20, 2009 First Broken Bone Physical Event- This was the first time that I had been seriously injured playing a sport. First thing to keep me from playing for an extended time. I broke my left wrist. Feb 16, 2010 First Date Social Event- The first time that I had ever gone on a date. Aug 13, 2010 Learned How To Play Guitar Cognitive Event- Learned (Partially) how to play the guitar. First time I had ever taken lessons for something outside of school. Oct 14, 2010 First Funeral Social Event- First time that I had to deal with the death of a family member. Especially difficult because I was four days older than her. Dec 17, 2010 Learned To Drive Cognitive Event- First time I had ever driven a car and learned how to drive in drivers training. Jul 1, 2012 First Extended Time Away From Home Social Event- This summer I went to Chicago for 10 days and this was the first time that I was away from home for more than a couple days. Jul 3, 2012 Learned How To Tie A Suture Cognitive Event- I went to a medical conference at Northwestern and I learned how to tie sutures. Something that I expect to be used in the real world.