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    The beginnings

  • The month I was conceived

    The month I was conceived
    This is the begining of life when the reproductive stage happened. This is where the nucleus of one sperm meets the nucleus of the ovuma nd they form a living cell called a zygote (ME).
  • My name

    My name
    This was the month when my parents found out that they were having a girl. My parents named me Guadalupe Manuelita Feijoo. My mothers moms name is Guadalupe and My mothers fathers name was Manuel. She told me that she named me after them because she thought that I was going to be her only child and wanted my name to have meaning.
  • Date of Birth

    Date of Birth
    This was my date of birth. When I came out I had the umbilical cord wrapped around neck and they rushed me to a different hospital than where my mother was staying. She couldn’t even hold me until three days after I was born! My mother said it was the happiest but scariest day of her life.
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    First Two Years

  • (First two years) Biosocial

    (First two years) Biosocial
    This was when my brain started to mature and I learned motor skills. I was about 8 months old when I started walking! My mother told me that her and my father sat on the floor and had me walk back and fourth to them.
  • (First two years) Cognitive

    (First two years) Cognitive
    this was where I started to learn language and actually started speaking. My first words were dadda and I was about 9 months old. My mother said once I started talking it was hard getting me to stop talking!
  • First two years (psychosocial)

    First two years (psychosocial)
    I develop self awareness when I was about a year and half. My mother told me that I use to love wearing these bunny ears on my head that I had recieved from my grandma. I always wanted them on and she said that I would look in the mirror and touch them and smile at myself. She said that I would jump up and down while looking in the mirror.
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    Play Years

  • Play years (biosocial)

    Play years (biosocial)
    I started developing my artistic expression by this point. I would always want to draw and paint. My mother told me that when my brother was born I had drew her a picture of my dad, mom, my baby brother, and me. She said that I was always creative and always wanting to cut and paste things together.
  • Play years (psychosocial)

    Play years (psychosocial)
    I loved palying house. I had a play house and car and would carry my family cat around because she was the baby. My parents told me that I would always play house and say that I was the mother and my brother was the dad and the cat was the baby. I would try to feed the cat with a fake bottle. At this age I understood the difference between boys and girls andalready started developing the roles that woman and man play in society.
  • Play years (cognitive)

    Play years (cognitive)
    This was when my father taught me how to play softball. I learned the concept of hitting the ball and running to the base. He taught me how to hold the bat correctly and started teaching me to catch. I started playing tee ball around this time too.
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    The School Years

  • School years (biosocial)

    School years (biosocial)
    I remember always wanting to become a singer. I remember my father telling me that If I wanted to be a singer that I had to get straight A's in school. I was in first grade when he told me this and ever since that day I always got straight A's. I had self control in school and always wanted to do my homework. I went throughout middle school getting good grades.
  • School Years (cognitive)

    School Years (cognitive)
    I learned strategies throughout life. My parents would test me on my spelling words or math and I would write down the ones I got wrong over and over again until I knew the word by heart. My math tests were a little different because my parents would quiz me all the time. I learned important study methods that carried with me throughout my whole school year. These strategies also helped me stay organized.
  • School years (psychosocial)

    School years (psychosocial)
    I remember in about the 6th grade that I had create a girls club called PMS ( pretty mean sisters). Only my girlfriends were allowed in the club and no boys were allowed. I got along great with kids and had no problem creating friendships. I found my best friend around this time as well.
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  • Adolescence (Biosocial)

    Adolescence (Biosocial)
    I was 13 years old when I started my period for the first time.
  • Adolescent (cognitive)

    Adolescent (cognitive)
    I started dressing to impress. I had to have the sharpest cloths and many things had to be name brand. I would wax my eyebrows and l make sure my skin was kept clean. I would wear a little bit of makeup too. I now realized that this was called adolescent egocentrism because I cared about what others thought about me.
  • Adolescence (Psychosocial)

    Adolescence (Psychosocial)
    This was when I had my first real relationship in high school. I went through alot of rough times and had to learn how to deal with things in a relationship.
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    Emerging Adulthood

  • Emerging Adulthood (Biosocial)

    Emerging Adulthood (Biosocial)
    This was when I learned what being sexy was all about. I would hit the gym and work out to make sure my body was in shape. I made sure I ate healthy too. I started modeling at this age and was doing hair shows and fashion shows. My appearance meant alot to me. The picture on the left is one of my modeling pixs.
  • Emerging Adulthood (Cognitive)

    Emerging Adulthood (Cognitive)
    This was when I changed my major in college to nursing and my morals and religion values also changed some. I was more thankful in life and wanted to thank God so I started to go to church with my aunt. College was super important to me and I realized how good I really needed to do. I learned that I loved helping people and that I wanted to do that for a living.
  • Emerging Adulthood (psychosocial)

    Emerging Adulthood (psychosocial)
    This was when I moved into a house with my boyfriend. Cohabitation is the term for living together without being married. This is like no other relationship I have ever had. Love is different than what it was in high school. We are more grown up and more mature about things. Marriage is are next step hopefully.
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  • Adulthood (cognitive)

    Adulthood (cognitive)
    My IQ level will be higher because I will be wiser and smarter
  • Adulthood (biosocial)

    Adulthood (biosocial)
    This is when I will start Menopause
  • Adulthood (pyschosocial)

    Adulthood (pyschosocial)
    This is when I will have my "midlife crisis" I will realize that I am getting old and it will freak me out
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    Late Adulthood

  • Late Adulthood (biosocial)

    Late Adulthood (biosocial)
    Physical change will start to happen for me after age 50. My skin will become drier and thinner and less elastic. I will have more wrinkles and I will get shorter and lose more weight. I will start to lose some of my senses like having to wearing glasses and not hearing to well.
  • Late Adulthood (psychosocial)

    Late Adulthood (psychosocial)
    This will be when I retire from being a nurse. This will be hard for me to do becasue I will have so much time on my hands and won't know what to do with it. I will want to age in place and be with my husband.
  • Late Adulthood (Cognitive)

    Late Adulthood (Cognitive)
    I will start to lose my memory. I will not be able to remember certain things that may have happened in the past. I won't complety lose my memory but it won't be as efficient as it used to be.
  • Epilogue (Date of Death)

    Epilogue (Date of Death)
    I will die at age 84 like the life expectancy calculator told me. I will accept my death and be happy to have been on this earth for as long as I was. I will die of a natural death and go peacefully and painless. My family will hold me a beautiful funeral and tons of people will show up to pay their respects.