What is your memorable childhood experience?

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The childhood experience I remember most is a school trip to Europe when I was in 9th grade. I was in the school band, and we raised the money for the trip during the entire school year. We went to Austria, Italy and Germany. It was an amazing experience!

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The memorable ones that I've spend the time with my Dad in visiting places like his old home and others. We also have the same interests like watching sports and movies. It's been so long now that he's gone and still misses him. But I know that wherever he is now, he's in a much better place.
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My memorable childhood experience is when I fell down from the tree while getting guava.

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I'd say the least scarring childhood memory is when I used to walk to school on my own and pretend I had a pet dog walking alongside me
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my joyful time when was a kid was the day i was awarded the best male student perfomance at primary school

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EDDY OKOTH wrote:my joyful time when was a kid was the day i was awarded the best male student perfomance at primary school
Wow,that's great bro
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My memorable child experience is visiting museums and national parks with my mum. I could re-live this moment given a chance.
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My most memorable childhood experience was when my mum would give me a kiss on the cheek. I feel so nostalgic on this memory. Rest in Peace mum.
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I have these vivid memories of our garden and this hammock I used to read in or standing on a balcony, it's quiet nighttime and it smells of rain. Or it's summer evening and warm and fresh cut grass has this sweet sweet smell and I feel distinctly happy, just because. Nothing specific and life changing but somehow they are very special to me.

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I remembered every week my father would take me to the local bookstore and bought my favorite comic's new episode. Then, I got to read it and recited to my mom later. I spent most of my childhood indoor and reading, but when I did get outside, I caused quite a lot of mischief for my neighbors.
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Going on holidays by car and collecting a little mud of different colors from various cities.

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One childhood experience I keep getting flashes of is the first time I met my sister. It was a Wednesday, I was being picked up from school and my driver told me I should sit in the backseat that day. When I looked in the car all I could see was pink then when I got in I realized my mother was there too. I hadn't seen her in about two weeks because she was at the hospital and I was so happy I didn't even realize she was holding something in her hand. When I looked closer all I could see was wrinkled skin. That's how I met my baby sister and afterwards I'd always brag to my older sister that I met her first so I technically loved her the longest.

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I remember those old days when We used to swim in the river with my classmates during weekends.The long day of weekends were spent to swiming and hunting spiders.We always skip our lunch by just playing along with those insects.

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