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What's your earliest memory? Maybe it's learning to ride a bike, or your very first baseball game, or this very morning as you relive a "Groundhog Day"-esque scenario over and over again. Or maybe the earliest memory wedged in your brain is a bit older than that: your first steps, your first solid food, your first set of colorful blocks. A lot of people do have memories from the first two years of their life — or at the very least, a lot of people believe they have those memories.