Unformatted text preview: worried because I never heard you cry. So I would wake up at 2 or 3 in the morning scared that something had happened or that you weren’t breathing. So, I would run over to the room scared only to find you snoring in your crib, sound asleep. Q: Where did I sleep? A: In the crib in your brother’s room. Q: When did I start to crawl? Walk? A: At around 4 months you began to crawl. You began to walk at 9 months. Q: Did you use a book to help? If so, which one? A: Yes, but I can’t remember which one. Q: What was I like as a baby? A: Very smart and independent. You spoke your first word at 3 months and by the time you reached 1 year, you were fully saying phrases and speaking clearly. At two weeks old, you dropped your pacifier in the play pen and instead of crying, you attempted to reach for it yourself without crying or showing any signs of need for assistance....
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- Spring '10
- Developmental Psychology, English-language films, umbilical cord, SUSAN MARTÍNEZ