I have to admit, I have very few memories before the age of 5. I have some faint "memories of memories", but my true earliest memories are from kindergarten. I have no idea which would be the earliest, but here are a few of them (in no particular order): 1. Learning to set the table (in particular the silverware) correctly. In case you don't know... here's the right way to do it:
2. Having snack in the backyard. Mrs. Fredericks (the owner of Mother Goose Kindergarten...back in the day before public kindergartens) had a wonderful little house in the backyard with the coolest door in the world (I thought at the age of 5) where the snacks were distributed on nice days.
3. The kindergarten class was in an enclosed carport. I remember when we were able to go up into Mrs. Frederick's house to watch the first American in space. This is probably what ignited my love for space.
What are some of your earliest memories?