Desiree's Timeline

Timeline created by deshat45
  • I am born

  • Infancy: Physical Development

    My mother said I began to walk when I was around 13 months. She said I was a little stubborn and spoiled, that's why it took me so long.
  • Infancy: Emotional Development

    I was described as a very calm baby. I didn't really cry or whine unless hungry.
  • Infancy: Emotional Development

    I was securely attached to my primary care givers. I did not like to be held by anybody else but them and became very upset when they left my presence sometimes.
  • Infancy: Cognitive Development

    My mom said developed object permanence going into my third birthday. I loved Winnie the Pooh and Barney at the times so I had a Winnie the Pooh blanket and Barney toy doll that they took everywhere for me.
  • Early Childhood: Emotional Development

    As a child, I was described as obedient and quiet. I only talked or interacted with people when I felt comfortable around them. This behavior was similar to the way I was an infant.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    My parents, grand parents and teachers would help me learn by reading to me, engage in small talk with me, have me to name whatever object they were pointing at, with answers ranging from colors to shapes to animals.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    I was put into music lessons at church a few weeks before my 5th birthday and was chosen by the choir director as the "Young Child of Christ" for the week because of how fast I was progressing. It put me in touch with my musical intelligence.
  • I became a big sister

    I became a big sister
  • Middle/Late Childhood: Physical Development

    I was a cheerleader from K5 until I changed schools in the 6th grade. I also did ballet up until I was 6 and gymnastics until I was 7.
  • Middle/Late Childhood: Cognitive Development

    The gross motor skills I used when I did the activities during this age were running, crawling, jumping, and tumbling
  • Middle/Late Childhood:Cognitive Development

    During this age, I thought I wanted to be a cheerleader when I went to high school, or even my new school, so my focus was heavily on improving my skills in the sport
  • Adolescence: Biological Development

    I entered puberty I little earlier than most or around the same time, I guess. I was 10-years-old. Appearance wise, I saw no visible changes because I did not develop (physically) until my late teens/early 20s
  • Adolescence: Cognitive Development

    I learned how to count using my fingers (I still use it occasionally) and while in class, my teacher observed and scolded me for it. This event made me and my teacher realize that I needed a more concrete way of learning mathematics.
  • Adolescence: Physical Development

    I wasn't a part of any extra curriculum activities in middle school but we did have physical education class. In high school, I was a member of the JRTOC Drill Team. In college, after joining my sorority, I became a member of the step team.
  • Adolescence: Cognitive Development

    The gross motor skills I used when I did the activities during this age were running, crawling, jumping, squatting, stepping, and clapping
  • I graduated from high school

    I graduated from high school
  • Early Adulthood: Physical Development

    I am currently still apart of the step team for my sorority. Since I have not been to the gym in a while, the only other form of exercise I get is when I walk around campus and running my other errands
  • Early Adulthood: Cognitive Development

    The gross motor skills I used while I do the activities during this age are running, crawling, jumping, squatting, leaping, and sprinting
  • Early Adulthood: Emotional Development

    The closest relationship that I have is a hard one to choose from, but I have to say it is with my friend. We've known each other for about 5 years now and it recently turned into a romantic relationship. I would describe the attachment style, now, as healthy and secure. Whereas before, when we were going through a rough patch, it was unhealthy and unsafe (mentally and emotionally) for the both of us.
  • Early Adulthood: Emotional Development

    I think the Sternberg classification that is most appropriate for the relationship I chose to talk about, would be consummate love.
  • Early Adulthood: Cognitive Development

    I think that my life experiences (left out due to privacy reasons) have opened my eyes to a lot of things. I have always considered myself to be open minded but the troubles that life has thrown me, has expanded my way of thinking even more.
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    My life