memoir - I was born to Charles and Rosanne Facktor in...

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I was born March 19, 1994 to Charles and Rosanne Facktor in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. My first two years of life I am sure were wonderful, full of wonder, experimentation, and learning, but as I was so young, I do not remember much. My first home was in West Allis, WI, which is where I lived for the first year of my life with my parents and my older sister, Cosette, who is two years older than I. My favorite aspects of life were probably learning and being cuddled in the cozy arms of my parents. My biggest struggles and concerns at these ages were getting the nutrition I needed, building my immune system, and learning the first steps to being a part of this society. I doubt I had any hopes and dreams for the future at these ages, as most babies’ only thoughts are of the present and getting what they want at that time. At one year of age, my family and I moved to Pensacola, Florida
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Unformatted text preview: due to the involvement of my dad in the Navy as a JAG Attorney. We spent our first year in Florida mostly on the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. We would go to the beach about three times a week during the spring, summer, and fall seasons. Florida is also where we experienced four hurricanes during our four and a half year stay in Florida. I remember being mesmerized by the thundering rain, the lightning and the loud, crackling thunder; however, my sister and I were never afraid. I spent my first two years in the first stage, Influential. This stage includes developing learning skills, education, and trusting others. As I said before, during this time period I was developing the most basic skills needed to live in today’s society, and I did believe that my parents were always right, and I trusted them with all of my being....
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