What's your earliest memory?

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The photos bring back memories :rolleyes: like I remember having a goldfish pond and I sort of remember giving them Rice Krispies :lol:
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(Original post by ClearSky)
The photos bring back memories :rolleyes: like I remember having a goldfish pond and I sort of remember giving them Rice Krispies :lol:
I don't really have one earliest memory, just vague recollections here and there.
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I remember crying to my mum over the fact I had a belly button at around 3 or 4. I remember some vague things from nursery too but don't know if they were before the belly button incident
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My earliest memory is of me being told off for doing something wrong in play school and I was sent to the naughty chair where I had to sit in silence for 5 minutes. I remember picking my nose and wiping it on the chair next to me and a few minutes later a kid sat on it :colone:
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A couple of memories here and there from nursery even though that was about 18 years ago :rolleyes:
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I can't think of my 'first' one per say, but I do remember peeing on the floor, my mum coming in and saying '****!', needless to say I followed suit and the marge wasn't best pleased.
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I struggle to remember much from very young but i remember being in the car when i had my asthma attack when i was 5
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i dont really remember any of my childhood but i remember when i was like 5 or 6 at the train station i fell in the gap between the train and the platform once.
luckily a guy grabbed me before i actually hit the tracks
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almost choking on a wine gum when I was like 3, but I have no idea if I remember just because I was told that it happened.
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Tipping my crib over and going on the run in the middle of the night.
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I remember the night it became 2000. I remember where my family and I went, that my father put me on his shoulders, the countdown on the grey screens, and the yellow 2000-shaped fireworks that appeared when it became 2000. I did not know what year it was; I just knew the year would become 2000 tonight and understood it would happen after the countdown. My parents were surprised I remember that because I was one year and two months old back then.
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