Developmental Stages Melina Willoughby

Embryo: My internal organs and extremeties have formed, but they are not fully functioning at this point of development.
Newborn: I know the sound of my mom and dad's voice, and I can hear, move around, and see things around me.
Toddler: I have started to stand and walk, I have started to babble, and eventually form words and phrases.
Adolescence/ Puberty: I begin maturing, and the changes in my limbus system explain my impulsive and risky behaviors.
Adulthood: I have fully grown and matured, and I am ready to take the next steps in my career and life plans.

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