When I was maybe 2 or 3 and my parents would take a shower or leave me alone for a while, I'd always push one of the chairs in the kitchen over to the closet, then stand on it, take the bag of "Chips Ahoy" out and basically eat the whole thing. Then my dad (who constantly picks food) got pissed and wondered where the cookies were; and ran around the house trying to find where I put the empty bag...As obnoxious as it sounds, I'm NOT lying! I'm surprised I wasn't an overweight toddler, because I did that a lot!
--Oh yeah, and I constantly had ear aches as a toddler and I remember one night laying on the couch and my mom got me Lion King stuffed animals...lol.
Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?
The farthest I could think back was......mmmmmm........About 3 years old when i was playing with a tonka truck and i hit a chair with that big metal truck.Then the chair hit the table and a glass fell on my right big toe and I had to get stitches.
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I'm still 15 and I can't remember anything from back when I was 2 or 3 years old. But I do remember a time when I was 4. I was jumping on the couch wanting to see how high I could get jumping. Then I must have taken a bad jump and I fell over to the side and hit a coffee table head first. It turned out I had split open part of my forehead, just a few centimeters above my left eye. That turned out to be the only slight major injury I have had in my life.
When I get older, I don't want to be on a forum sharing memorys of me breaking an arm.
I can remember my fourth birthday (got a talking teddy bear, a radio, and some other things). My mother also told me about going to Australia at a young age (probably 2 or 3), but I remember little more than getting onto and off of the aeroplane.
I remember going to some meeting or whatever and a guy up on stage suddenly whipped out this stick that was burning. All I remember him saying was, "Ladies and gentlemen...I give you...FIRE!" Everyone there gasped in amazement at this new discovery. Now they could heat their homes, cook meals...
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