Blog Challenge – Your Earliest Memory

Oh boy, I actually have very few early memories.

The one that I do remember is the day my mom locked herself out the house.

I must have been younger than 7 because I don’t think either of my brothers had been born yet.

I must have been older than 2 because I was sleeping in a bed.*

I was having my afternoon nap and the next thing I remember I was woken up by my mom knocking on my bedroom window.

She had locked herself in the garden (having a smoke Im sure) and couldn’t get back inside.

I remember her telling me to stand on the overturned dustbin and to reach for the door handle (she had closed the door when I fell asleep).

I remember climbing onto the plastic dustbin and the dustbin kept collapsing under me.  It probably wouldnt have helped if it didn’t collapse, I was too short to reach the handle anyway!

*Edited to add: My mom confirmed that I was 2 at the time.  Also she said that I didn’t manage to open the bedroom door and subsequently she was locked out until the maid arrived to let her in.


Filed under Female2Female Blog Challenge, Me, Myself & I

5 responses to “Blog Challenge – Your Earliest Memory

  1. Those are such cute photos!! That must have been so totally frightening for you!

  2. Oh lol thats rather amusing 🙂

    Such cute pictures!

  3. Lovely pics!! Your poor mum, mind you poor you – you must have been so scared. Neither do I have many childhood / early memories 😦

  4. Gina

    Funnily enough I don’t recall being scared…
    Frustrated that the dustbin kept buckling under me but not really scared at all…

  5. oh my hat! That’s some way back memory

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