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Physical Characteristics

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  1. What weight and length were you when you were born? Did you have any hair? What color was it? Describe your face. What color were your eyes?

  2. Who did people say you looked like when you were an infant? Any particular family member? Anyone famous?

  3. Did you have any birth marks? Where were they? What did they look like?

  4. Throughout your infancy, how did your physical characteristics change? Did you become more or less plump? Did your hair or eyes change color?

  5. During both your infant and toddler years, did you grow quickly or slowly for your age?

  6. At what age did you begin crawling and then walking? When did you start getting your first teeth?

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