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TEL215 - Life Timeline

  • Birth

    I was originally due on Christmas day, December 25th, but was overdue by two weeks. The doctor attempted to induce labor on New Years eve, which was my mother's birthday, but to no avail. My mother underwent cesarean operation Friday night at Phoenix Memorial Hospital. I was born the following morning on Saturday, 4:04 AM, January 7th 1989. I was 23 Inches tall, 11 pounds. My Ukrainian Grandmother was pleased that I came out on Russian Orthodox Christmas.
  • Vision Fully Developed

    Vision Fully Developed
    Physical - My eyesight, hearing, and communication skills will develop over his first year of my life. While newborn babies can only see things about 25 cm (10 inches) in front of them at first, their sight improves to near adult levels by the age of eight months. Newborn babies can hear rather well at birth, and this, along with their ability to respond to sound and their communication skills, improves throughout the first year.
  • Started Walking

    Started Walking
    Physical - Most babies take their first steps sometime between 9 and 12 months and are walking well by the time they're 14 or 15 months old. Don't worry if your child takes a little longer, though. Some perfectly normal children don't walk until they're 16 or 17 months old
  • Brain 75% Formed

    Brain 75% Formed
    Cognitive & Physical - Most of the brain's wiring is established during the first few years of life. At birth it was only about a quarter of its eventual adult size. But by age 2, it has reached three-fourths of adult size! A baby's brain at 35 weeks weighs only 2/3 of what it will weigh at 39 to 40 weeks.
  • Using Complete Sentences

    Using Complete Sentences
    Cognitive - Soon those sounds will become real words – "mama" and "dada" slip out as 6 months. From then on, I pick up more words from else around me. And sometime between 18 months and 2 years, I begin to form two- to four-word sentences.
  • Baby teeth completely formed.

    Baby teeth completely formed.
    Physical - A child's 20 baby teeth, which often come in by age 3, usually fall out in the same order they came in. That means the lower center teeth (lower center incisors) are usually the first to go, around age 6 or 7. The top center pair is next.
  • Asthma - Special Needs

    Asthma - Special Needs
    Physical - After riding my tricycle for a period of time, my parents noticed I would quickly get out of breath and would start wheezing. After some doctor visits, it was determined I had asthma. • Asthma is the most chronic illness of children. 1/10
  • Brain 95% Formed

    Brain 95% Formed
    Cognitive & Physical - Structures of the brain involved in learning, memory, motor control, and every other brain function have been established by age 5. These structures and the neural pathways that send information between them will be used throughout the rest of my life. My world view changes from an egocentric view to a more systemic view
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    Daycare Years

    Best Friends Daycare Center - Mesa AZ
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    Elementary School Years

    Booker T Washington Elementary - Mesa AZ.
  • First Bicycle

    First Bicycle
    Social Emotional - Received my first bicycle!
  • Lost first tooth

    Lost first tooth
    Physical - A baby tooth typically doesn't loosen until the permanent tooth below pushes it up to take its place. But it is possible for kids to lose a baby tooth before the permanent tooth is ready to erupt, especially because of an accident or dental disease. Some children lose their first tooth as early as 4 or as late as 7. Generally, the younger the child was when the teeth came in, the earlier they fall out.
  • Puberty Begins

    Puberty Begins
    Physical - I start to go through a big growth spurt, acne begins to be a problem, muscle tone becomes more noticable, chest hair over the next few years, etc
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    Jr High Years

    Rhodes Jr High - Mesa, AZ
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    Dental Braces

    Physical - I had a bit over an under bite, I needed braces for four years to correct it.
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    High School Years

    Dobson High - Mesa, AZ
  • Over 6 feet tall

    Over 6 feet tall
    Development - I've always been taller then most of my classmates, but now i'm over 6feet.
  • First Employment

    First Employment
    Social - Employed for the first time, I quit after two weeks after seeing how disgusting the kitchen was, Swore to never eat KFC ever again.
  • Graduated from High School

    Graduated from High School
    Social - Graduated from Dobson High
  • Wisdom Teeth Removed

    Wisdom Teeth Removed
    Physical - It is the most posterior of the three. Wisdom teeth generally erupt between the ages of 17 and 25.Most adults have four wisdom teeth, one in each of the four quadrants, but it is possible to have fewer or more, in which case the extras are called supernumerary teeth. Wisdom teeth commonly affect other teeth as they develop, becoming impacted. They are often extracted when this occurs like mine was.
  • First Presidential Election vote

    First Presidential Election vote
    Social - Voted for the first time in a Presidential election, Voted McCain.
  • Old enough to buy Alchohol

    Old enough to buy Alchohol
    Social - Underage drinking is a serious public health problem in the United States. Alcohol is the most widely used substance of abuse among America's youth, and drinking by young people poses enormous health and safety risks.
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    Community College Years

    Chandler Gilbert Community College - Chandler, AZ
  • Attained Associates Degree in Business

    Attained Associates Degree in Business
    Social - Associates Degree from Chandler Gilbert Community College
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    Arizona State Years

    Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ
  • Frontal Lobe fully developed

    Frontal Lobe fully developed
    Cognitive & Physical - The frontal lobe, located at the front of the brain, is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex In humans, the frontal lobe is the final portion of the brain to mature around the late 20's, marking the cognitive maturity associated with adulthood.