I have at least two distinct memories from that time. And, I know that I am remembering them (and not just making them up without knowing it), because I cross-checked these events with my parents, and they checked out as perfectly accurate. So, why is this the case? Supposedly, our earliest memories come between the ages 4-7, but I remember a few things from below the age of 2, and I remember plenty of things between ages 3-4 that I've also verified to have been correct.
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Did you learn to speak early? Our earliest memories tend to correlate with the time we first speak. Most people's first memory is around the ages of two to three.
I remember being fed a bottle. I remember not liking water and preferring milk. I remember being bathed in a sink. Believe it or not, some people claim to remember being in the hospital on the day they were born. There also seems to be a link with autism and memory. Autistic people tend to remember earlier times in their lives than the average person.0