Colton Bodrie

  • Probable Conception Date

    Prenatal Development and Birth:
    40 weeks prior to birthdate.
  • 1st Trimester Ends

    1st Trimester Ends
    Prenatal Development and Birth:
    I have developed a human profile.
  • End of 2nd Trimester

    End of 2nd Trimester
    Prenatal Development and Birth:
    I weigh slightly over one pound and am around 12 inches long.
  • Date of Birth!

    Date of Birth!
  • Biosocial Development

    Biosocial Development
    First Two Years:
    At 6 months motor ability is voluntary, vision is nearly 20/20, and hearing is increasing.
  • Cognitive Development

    Cognitive Development
    First Two Years:
    Beginning to develop mentally. Being able to create memories and process language.
  • Psychosocial Development

    Psychosocial Development
    First Two Years:
    I have now learned I am able to trust the people around me.
  • Biosocial Development

    The Play Years:
    Ever day I am growing and becomming more acclimated to my body and surroundings. I am beginning to get taller and thinner by the day.
  • Cognitive Development

    Cognitive Development
    The Play Years:
    I am beginning to develop a vocabulary and understand how it use it. I am becomming prepared for my future in the "School Years".
  • Psychosocial Development

    Psychosocial Development
    The Play Years:
    I am beginning pre-school. My motor skills have fully developed. Brain is aproximatly 90 percent in size. I am beinning to understand how to regulate my emotions and goals.
  • Biosocial Development

    Biosocial Development
    The School Years:
    I now am beginning to feel and see the physical changes in myself and others around me. I also realize the similarities and differences between myself and others.
  • Cognitive Development

    Cognitive Development
    The School Years:
    My language continues to expand. I am also extablishing multiple ways to process information and learn. Throughout schooling I learn how to procees information and store it away in my brain.
  • Psychosocial Development

    Psychosocial Development
    The School Years:
    As I get older I begin to form a sense of freedom. I am now able exploring multiple activities without parental supervision at all times. I am starting to develop into an individual before I enter the adolescence stage.
  • Biosocial Development

    Adolescence:
    Now my body is beginning to mature sexually. Hormones are beginning to become a major part of the development of my body. Possible drug use and sexual stimuli play a large part in my life. This will occur and increase until I am 20 years old or possibly longer.
  • Cognitive Development

    Adolescence:
    As my body matures my conitive development increases. I am becomming more aware of my self and surroundings. This is turn makes me more vulnerable to critism which may affect my performance in education, decision making, and social interaction.
  • Psychosocial Development

    Adolescence:
    I am now becomming more mature physically as well as mentally. As I begin to look more like an adult I in turn begin to act and think more like an adult. This is the major stage where I begin to try to find my physical, emotional, and social identity.
  • Biosocial Development

    Early Adulthood:
    I am now beginning the "prime" time of my life. I am beginning to become more physically active while performing at my peak athletically. I am also aware of sexual stimulation and the possibility of reproduction.
  • Cognitive Development

    Early Adulthood:
    My cognitive development in the early adulthood stages is quite interesting. I recognize that some of my skills have increased in ablity while others have decreased and remained the same. It all depends on how active mentally I am with those specific skills.
  • Psychosocial Development

    Early Adulthood:
    I am now and have been for a few years completly depend on myself and own success. I no longer have any parental restrictions and begin to recognize the need for intimacy and emotional success.
  • Biosocial Development

    Middle Adulthood:
    I am now able to recognize that I am aging. However, I try to ignore the specific indicators. For example, skin, muscle, sensation breakdown. Now my health habits and methods for maintaining a healthy staus play a large role in my life.
  • Cognitive Development

    Middle Adulthood:
    As I get older I begin to measure myself by my specific achievements. Intellegence plays a substancial role in this category as I am trying to continue to gain knowledge everday but it continues to be more difficult than when I was younger.
  • Psychosocial Development

    Middle Adulthood:
    Throughout the middle adulthood stages which occur normally around 35-65 years old I form some midlife crisis'. Throughout these tough times I try to maintain friendships while dealing with work/payments, parenthood, and personality characteristics.
  • Biosocial Development

    Late Adulthood:
    As I am now over 70 years old my body is beginning to shut down mechanically. My senses and vital organs are beginning to not work properly.
  • Cognitive Development

    Late Adulthood:
    As my body continues to breakdown all parts are affected. Physically it becomes harder for me to complete ADL's (activities of daily living). Mentally I am also facing possible problems in the chance of developing cogintive impairments.
  • Psychosocial Developmetn

    Late Adulthood:
    By this time in my life I am severly ill and impaired. At this point I have hopefully accepted the fact that my life is comming to an end and I am statisfied with what I have done on Earth.
  • Death and Dying

    Death and Dying
    I will die at the estimated age of 94.