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31st Oct '17 8:54:18 PM PaulA
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* Narrator Greg Heffley claims this applies to him at the beginning of the seventh ''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' book. Turns out that even his gestation had its annoyances, thanks to Mom's prenatal speakers...

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* Narrator Greg Heffley claims this applies to him at the beginning of the seventh ''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid'' book.''Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKidTheThirdWheel''. Turns out that even his gestation had its annoyances, thanks to Mom's prenatal speakers...
15th Jun '17 12:52:51 AM TroperNo9001
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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone the first book]], Harry vaguely remembers a blinding flash of green light. He later finds out that the light was the ''Avada Kedavra'' curse which killed his parents when he was one year old. After Hagrid tells him this, he suddenly remembers it with an EvilLaugh accompanying the light. In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban the third book]], the memories become a lot clearer thanks to the Dementors' power to dredge up a person's most traumatic memories. This ''may'' be justifiable by the fact that more traumatic memories are easier to recall even if you were young at the time. [[spoiler:Especially as we later learn that part of Voldemort' soul was transferred to Harry during this event]].

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone the first book]], Harry vaguely remembers a blinding flash of green light. He later finds out that the light was the ''Avada Kedavra'' curse which killed his parents when he was one year old. After Hagrid tells him this, he suddenly remembers it with an EvilLaugh accompanying the light. In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban the third book]], the memories become a lot clearer thanks to the Dementors' power to dredge up a person's most traumatic memories. This ''may'' be justifiable by the fact that more traumatic memories are easier to recall even if you were young at the time. [[spoiler:Especially as we later learn that part of Voldemort' Voldemort's soul was transferred to Harry during this event]].
31st May '17 12:52:20 AM AthenaBlue
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* Disney's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' includes a scene in which [[spoiler:Rapunzel has an epiphany and remembers being the king's and queen's baby. The flashback is pretty blurry, though]]. The opening narration implies [[spoiler:she was one day old at the time. She had a lot of hair and was very... movey for a day old infant, so it could be the magic of the flower or something.]]
** She also claims to have remembered the floating lights for eighteen years. She could have walked to the window at one, perhaps, but it's unlike she would have remembered doing so for several years.



* WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}} can remember the last thing his parents said to him before he was sent away as an infant. Granted, he's a supergenius alien and seemed to find living with his parents at eight days old to be 'embarrassing', so his mind probably works differently.



* Disney's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' includes a scene in which [[spoiler:Rapunzel has an epiphany and remembers being the king's and queen's baby. The flashback is pretty blurry, though]]. The opening narration implies [[spoiler:she was one day old at the time. She had a lot of hair and was very... movey for a day old infant, so it could be the magic of the flower or something.]]
** She also claims to have remembered the floating lights for eighteen years. She could have walked to the window at one, perhaps, but it's unlike she would have remembered doing so for several years.



* Averted in ''Film/BabyGeniuses'', where it is revealed that babies before the age of 2 are ridiculously smart (thanks to the experiences of their past life). Around the age of 2, they "cross over" and forget everything that happened before, becoming normal children. The main characters' adopted father actually manages to teach himself to understand infants' "speech".
** This may be a ShoutOut to the ''Literature/MaryPoppins'' books by P.L. Travers in which it's revealed that all infants have memories of their lives just before birth and can even communicate with animals--until they reach the age of two or so. Then they become regular children. Only Mary Poppins herself seems to have retained her infantile memories and ability to communicate with animals.
** In the sequel, one of the characters is a baby whose aging was halted before age two thanks to his father's invention. He'll always be a genius, but he'll also never be able to grow up.
* ''Film/{{Blade}}'': A flashback shows his dying mother bleeding from the neck reaching out to him after he was born. It moves Blade to help the doctor who is in a similar plight.
* Defied in ''Film/DonnieDarko'', when Donnie says during a class presentation that anyone who claims to remember anything from before the age of three is lying.
* In ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'', when Zarkov is reprogrammed by Ming's secret police, they rewind his memories all the way back to his birth, and even to the womb.



* ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'': Princess Leia remembers her "real mother", giving her a description of "very beautiful, kind, but sad." Padmé fell to DeathByChildbirth in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', making it this trope retroactively. Her brother doesn't remember her. That, or Leia had a succession of three mothers, including Padmé. The {{novelization}} to that movie, written long before the prequels with the full approval of George Lucas, expands on those memories, mentioning one of being hidden in a trunk and a traumatic parting - 'flesh torn from flesh'. There is no WordOfGod on the issue, but common {{Fanon}} holds that the 'real mother' Leia remembers is Bail Organa's wife at the time, Breha, who died a few years after Leia became an Organa, while a competing explanation is that Leia used the force to look into the past without realizing it.
* Briefly mentioned near the beginning of ''Film/{{Ladyhawke}}'', where "the Mouse", in an aside, compares his escape from TheAlcatraz to leaving his mother's womb--"God, what a memory!"

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* ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'': Princess Leia remembers her "real mother", giving her a description of "very beautiful, kind, but sad." Padmé fell to DeathByChildbirth in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', making it this trope retroactively. Her brother doesn't remember her. That, or Leia had a succession of three mothers, including Padmé. The {{novelization}} to that movie, written long before the prequels with the full approval of George Lucas, expands on those memories, mentioning one In ''Film/{{Hook}}'', when Peter's memories of being hidden in a trunk and a traumatic parting - 'flesh torn from flesh'. There is no WordOfGod on Peter Pan return, he recollects events all the issue, but common {{Fanon}} holds that the 'real mother' Leia remembers is Bail Organa's wife at the time, Breha, who died a few years after Leia became an Organa, while a competing explanation is that Leia used the force way back to look into the past without realizing it.
being a baby in his pram.
* Briefly mentioned near the beginning of ''Film/{{Ladyhawke}}'', where "the Mouse", in an aside, compares his escape from TheAlcatraz to leaving his mother's womb--"God, womb -- "God, what a memory!"memory!"
* In ''Film/{{Lucy}}'', the title character, [[HigherUnderstandingThroughDrugs becoming superintelligent after accidental exposure to a powerful new drug]], tells her mother she can remember the taste of her milk in her mouth and petting a cat that died before she was one.
* The main character in ''Film/{{Powder}}'' has at least one pre-birth memory: [[spoiler:how he killed his own mother by summoning a lightning strike on her while still in the womb]]. The people he tells the story are as freaked by it as because of his ability to remember that.



* The main character in ''Film/{{Powder}}'' has at least one pre-birth memory: [[spoiler:how he killed his own mother by summoning a lightning strike on her while still in the womb]]. The people he tells the story are as freaked by it as because of his ability to remember that.
* Defied in ''Film/DonnieDarko'', when Donnie says during a class presentation that anyone who claims to remember anything from before the age of three is lying.
* In ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'', when Zarkov is reprogrammed by Ming's secret police, they rewind his memories all the way back to his birth, and even to the womb.
* ''Film/{{Blade}}'': A flashback shows his dying mother bleeding from the neck reaching out to him after he was born. It moves Blade to help the doctor who is in a similar plight.
* Averted in ''Film/BabyGeniuses'', where it is revealed that babies before the age of 2 are ridiculously smart (thanks to the experiences of their past life). Around the age of 2, they "cross over" and forget everything that happened before, becoming normal children. The main characters' adopted father actually manages to teach himself to understand infants' "speech".
** This may be a ShoutOut to the ''Literature/MaryPoppins'' books by P.L. Travers in which it's revealed that all infants have memories of their lives just before birth and can even communicate with animals--until they reach the age of two or so. Then they become regular children. Only Mary Poppins herself seems to have retained her infantile memories and ability to communicate with animals.
** In the sequel, one of the characters is a baby whose aging was halted before age two thanks to his father's invention. He'll always be a genius, but he'll also never be able to grow up.
* In ''Film/{{Lucy}}'', the title character, [[HigherUnderstandingThroughDrugs becoming superintelligent after accidental exposure to a powerful new drug]], tells her mother she can remember the taste of her milk in her mouth and petting a cat that died before she was one.
* In ''Film/{{Hook}}'', when Peter's memories of being Peter Pan return, he recollects events all the way back to being a baby in his pram.

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* The main character in ''Film/{{Powder}}'' has at least one pre-birth memory: [[spoiler:how he killed his own mother by summoning a lightning strike on ''Franchise/StarWars'': In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Princess Leia remembers her while still "real mother", giving her a description of "very beautiful, kind, but sad." Padmé fell to DeathByChildbirth in the womb]]. The people he tells the story are as freaked by ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', making it as because of his ability to this trope retroactively. Her brother doesn't remember that.
* Defied in ''Film/DonnieDarko'', when Donnie says during
her. That, or Leia had a class presentation succession of three mothers, including Padmé. The first {{novelization}} to that anyone who claims to remember anything from movie, written long before the age of three is lying.
* In ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'', when Zarkov is reprogrammed by Ming's secret police, they rewind his memories all the way back to his birth, and even to the womb.
* ''Film/{{Blade}}'': A flashback shows his dying mother bleeding from the neck reaching out to him after he was born. It moves Blade to help the doctor who is in a similar plight.
* Averted in ''Film/BabyGeniuses'', where it is revealed that babies before the age of 2 are ridiculously smart (thanks to the experiences of their past life). Around the age of 2, they "cross over" and forget everything that happened before, becoming normal children. The main characters' adopted father actually manages to teach himself to understand infants' "speech".
** This may be a ShoutOut to the ''Literature/MaryPoppins'' books by P.L. Travers in which it's revealed that all infants have memories of their lives just before birth and can even communicate
prequels with animals--until they reach the age full approval of two or so. Then they become regular children. Only Mary Poppins herself seems to have retained her infantile memories and ability to communicate with animals.
** In the sequel,
George Lucas, expands on those memories, mentioning one of the characters is a baby whose aging was halted before age two thanks to his father's invention. He'll always be a genius, but he'll also never be able to grow up.
* In ''Film/{{Lucy}}'', the title character, [[HigherUnderstandingThroughDrugs becoming superintelligent after accidental exposure to a powerful new drug]], tells her mother she can remember the taste of her milk in her mouth and petting a cat that died before she was one.
* In ''Film/{{Hook}}'', when Peter's memories
of being Peter Pan return, he recollects events all hidden in a trunk and a traumatic parting -- "flesh torn from flesh". There is no WordOfGod on the way back issue, but a common {{Fanon}} theory held that the "real mother" Leia remembers is Bail Organa's wife at the time, Breha, who died when Leia was a young child. However, this theory was {{jossed}} by the ContinuityReboot, which established that Breha Organa died with Alderaan, and that Leia's adoption was public knowledge on Alderaan. The other popular theory, that Leia unconsciously used the Force to being a baby in his pram.look into the past, is still possible.



* A kid in an episode of ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' recalled being born. Despite Malcolm's insistence that such a thing was impossible and that no one could remember their own birth, the episode played it up as truth.
* ''Series/{{Monk}}'': In "Mr. Monk and the Naked Man" Monk remembers being born. Then again, this is played as just another way in which Monk's mind doesn't work like everyone else's.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''
** Harry Kim claims to remember being in the womb. However, this is never confirmed to be a true memory and Paris thinks it's absurd.
** In the episode "Q2", Q's son voices how annoyed he was when Janeway cooed over him as a baby. She's surprised he can remember that, but of course, the Q are [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Sufficiently Advanced Aliens]].
* On ''Series/{{Lost}}'', Ben and Locke both have flashback episodes that include their own births. ("The Man Behind the Curtain" and "Cabin Fever", respectively.)
* Lampshaded and justified in ''Series/BirdsOfPrey''; the character who says he remembers something from the age of 2 has superpowered memory.
* Played straight ''and'' averted in ''Series/{{Titus}}''; Dave once got so high, he remembered being born.

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* A kid Olive in ''Series/ANTFarm'' claims to be able to remember, not just her birthday, but her actual birth day.
-->'''Olive:''' The doctor was so cute... and of course I was a mess.
* In
an episode of ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' recalled being born. Despite Malcolm's insistence ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'', Mrs. Slocombe revealed that such a thing her earliest memory was impossible and an uncle with a bushy beard putting his face over her cot while she was still a baby. Weirdly, this was part of a ploy by the other characters to determine exactly how old she was (they believed it was her 50th birthday), which seemed to assume not only that no one could her earliest memory would be from the year she was born, but that she would remember their own birth, the episode played it up as truth.
* ''Series/{{Monk}}'': In "Mr. Monk and the Naked Man" Monk remembers being born. Then again, this is played as just another way in which Monk's mind doesn't work like everyone else's.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''
** Harry Kim claims to remember being in the womb. However, this is never confirmed to be a true memory and Paris thinks it's absurd.
** In the episode "Q2", Q's son voices how annoyed he was when Janeway cooed over him as a baby. She's surprised he can remember that, but of course, the Q are [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Sufficiently Advanced Aliens]].
* On ''Series/{{Lost}}'', Ben and Locke both have flashback episodes that include their own births. ("The Man Behind the Curtain" and "Cabin Fever", respectively.)
* Lampshaded and justified in ''Series/BirdsOfPrey''; the character who says he remembers
something from the age of 2 has superpowered memory.
* Played straight ''and'' averted
newsworthy enough that it was recorded in ''Series/{{Titus}}''; Dave once got so high, he remembered being born.history.



* Lampshaded and justified in ''Series/BirdsOfPrey''; the character who says he remembers something from the age of 2 has superpowered memory.
* PlayedForLaughs in a throwaway comment on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'': Eric's one memory of his birth was "that cute nurse who slapped me on the tushie."
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]], River Song remembers the Doctor's cot, despite only having been in it for a few moments as a baby. (Then again, the fact that she's [[spoiler:part Time Lord]] could explain her having such an excellent memory).



* ''Series/SisterSister'' implies that Tia and Tamera actually remember being in the womb, as when Tamara tries to beg Tia to do something with her, she says "Remember the womb?", with Tia going "Oh no... not the womb." before consenting to Tamera's request.



* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', River Song remembers the Doctor's cot, despite only having been in it for a few moments as a baby. (Then again, the fact that she's [[spoiler:part Time Lord]] could explain her having such an excellent memory).
* PlayedForLaughs in a throwaway comment on ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'': Eric's one memory of his birth was "that cute nurse who slapped me on the tushie."
* Olive in ''Series/ANTFarm'' claims to be able to remember, not just her birthday, but her actual birth day.
-->'''Olive:''' The doctor was so cute... and of course I was a mess.
* A ''Series/MrShow'' sketch features both Bob and David flashing back to their {{Hilariously Abusive Childhood}}s. Bob's is from when he's a little boy (about 8-10) but David's of his parents arguing when he was a baby (and his father stepping on him).
* In an episode of ''AreYouBeingServed'', Mrs. Slocombe revealed that her earliest memory was an uncle with a bushy beard putting his face over her cot while she was still a baby. Weirdly, this was part of a ploy by the other characters to determine exactly how old she was (they believed it was her 50th birthday), which seemed to assume not only that her earliest memory would be from the year she was born, but that she would remember something newsworthy enough that it was recorded in history.



* On ''Series/{{Lost}}'', Ben and Locke both have flashback episodes that include their own births. ("The Man Behind the Curtain" and "Cabin Fever", respectively.)
* A kid in an episode of ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' recalled being born. Despite Malcolm's insistence that such a thing was impossible and that no one could remember their own birth, the episode played it up as truth.
* ''Series/{{Monk}}'': In "Mr. Monk and the Naked Man" Monk remembers being born. Then again, this is played as just another way in which Monk's mind doesn't work like everyone else's.
* A ''Series/MrShow'' sketch features both Bob and David flashing back to their {{Hilariously Abusive Childhood}}s. Bob's is from when he's a little boy (about 8-10) but David's of his parents arguing when he was a baby (and his father stepping on him).
* ''Series/SisterSister'' implies that Tia and Tamera actually remember being in the womb, as when Tamara tries to beg Tia to do something with her, she says "Remember the womb?", with Tia going "Oh no... not the womb." before consenting to Tamera's request.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''
** Harry Kim claims to remember being in the womb. However, this is never confirmed to be a true memory and Paris thinks it's absurd.
** In the episode "Q2", Q's son voices how annoyed he was when Janeway cooed over him as a baby. She's surprised he can remember that, but of course, the Q are [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Sufficiently Advanced Aliens]].
* Played straight ''and'' averted in ''Series/{{Titus}}''; Dave once got so high, he remembered being born.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "Memories of Boom-Boom Mountain", Finn vividly recalls being abandoned in the woods as an infant and being taken in by Jake's parents. For some reasons, he does not remember how and why he was abandoned in the first place.
* The same thing happens to Beavis in ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHeadDoAmerica''. However, it was most likely a hallucination brought on by dehydration.
* Stewie from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' also remembers being a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homunculus#Homunculi_in_preformationism homunculus]] within a sperm cell, as does his half-brother, Bertram. Then again, they're mutant supergeniuses. Or something. Stewie is an odd case, since he not only ''remembers'' being born; he is depicted as having been fully functioning and able to speak, write, and draw a map of Europe prior to his birth. (In one rather disgusting off-hand comment, he tells Brian that he carved "[[Film/TheShawshankRedemption Brooks was here]]" in the wall of the birth canal.)
* An odd case from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. Amy expresses surprise that Bender remembers his own birth. Bender replies, "Sure, it was only four years ago."
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': {{Invoked|Trope}} with Dr. Doofenschmirtz, who claims that his parents somehow missed witnessing his birth date, even though logically his mom should've been present.



* Stewie from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' also remembers being a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homunculus#Homunculi_in_preformationism homunculus]] within a sperm cell, as does his half-brother, Bertram. Then again, they're mutant supergeniuses. Or something. Stewie is an odd case, since he not only ''remembers'' being born; he is depicted as having been fully functioning and able to speak, write, and draw a map of Europe prior to his birth. (In one rather disgusting off-hand comment, he tells Brian that he carved "[[Film/TheShawshankRedemption Brooks was here]]" in the wall of the birth canal.)
* The same thing happens to Beavis in ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHeadDoAmerica''. However, it was most likely a hallucination brought on by dehydration.
* WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}} can remember the last thing his parents said to him before he was sent away as an infant. Granted, he's a supergenius alien and seemed to find living with his parents at eight days old to be 'embarrassing', so his mind probably works differently.
* An odd case from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. Amy expresses surprise that Bender remembers his own birth. Bender replies, "Sure, it was only four years ago."



* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': {{Invoked|Trope}} with Dr. Doofenschmirtz, who claims that his parents somehow missed witnessing his birth date, even though logically his mom should've been present.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': {{Invoked|Trope}} with Dr. Doofenschmirtz, Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are implied to remember their own births, although this might just be because they are BornAsAnAdult. Peridot describes her own creation as simply, "I didn't exist. Then I did." This does not apply to [[HalfHumanHybrid Steven]], who claims that can't at all remember the events of his parents somehow missed witnessing his birth date, even though logically his mom should've been present.first winter in "Three Gems and a Baby".



* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "Memories of Boom-Boom Mountain", Finn vividly recalls being abandoned in the woods as an infant and being taken in by Jake's parents. For some reasons, he does not remember how and why he was abandoned in the first place.
* Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are implied to remember their own births, although this might just be because they are BornAsAnAdult. Peridot describes her own creation as simply, "I didn't exist. Then I did." This does not apply to [[HalfHumanHybrid Steven]], who can't at all remember the events of his first winter in "Three Gems And A Baby".



* Dawn Prince-Hughes Ph. D's biography "Songs of the Gorilla Nation" describes a memory of her own birth, recalling a nurse with horn-rimmed glasses.

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* Dawn Prince-Hughes Ph. D's biography "Songs ''Songs of the Gorilla Nation" Nation'' describes a memory of her own birth, recalling a nurse with horn-rimmed glasses.


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27th Feb '17 1:49:40 AM NeedsMoreSleep
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* [[spoiler: Ray]] from ''Manga/ThePromisedNeverland'' has this condition, which allowed him to figure out the truth of the orphanage.
11th Jan '17 11:45:41 PM PaulA
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* In ''Film/FlashGordon'', when Zarkov is reprogrammed by Ming's secret police, they rewind his memories all the way back to his birth, and even to the womb.

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* In ''Film/FlashGordon'', ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'', when Zarkov is reprogrammed by Ming's secret police, they rewind his memories all the way back to his birth, and even to the womb.
4th Dec '16 10:29:48 AM thatother1dude
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* Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are implied to remember their own births, although this might just be because they are BornAsAnAdult. Peridot describes her own creation as simply, "I didn't exist. Then I did." This is subverted for Steven as revealed in "Three Gems And A Baby", who can't remember the events of his first winter.

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* Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are implied to remember their own births, although this might just be because they are BornAsAnAdult. Peridot describes her own creation as simply, "I didn't exist. Then I did." This is subverted for Steven as revealed in "Three Gems And A Baby", does not apply to [[HalfHumanHybrid Steven]], who can't at all remember the events of his first winter.winter in "Three Gems And A Baby".
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* Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are implied to remember their own births, although this might just be because they are BornAsAnAdult. Peridot describes her own creation as simply, "I didn't exist. Then I did."

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* Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are implied to remember their own births, although this might just be because they are BornAsAnAdult. Peridot describes her own creation as simply, "I didn't exist. Then I did."" This is subverted for Steven as revealed in "Three Gems And A Baby", who can't remember the events of his first winter.
28th Sep '16 11:18:43 AM Idek618
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "Memories of Boom-Boom Mountain", Finn vividly recalls being abandoned in the woods as an infant and being taken in by Jake's parents. For some reasons, he does not remember how and why he was abandonned in the first place.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "Memories of Boom-Boom Mountain", Finn vividly recalls being abandoned in the woods as an infant and being taken in by Jake's parents. For some reasons, he does not remember how and why he was abandonned abandoned in the first place.
14th Sep '16 6:36:27 PM PaulA
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* In ''[[Literature/EndersGame Ender's Shadow]]'', we learn that Bean is able to remember a fair amount of his own infancy, and was lucid enough to hide just before the "clean room" where he has been cared for is raided. This is justified by his eidetic memory. And his genetically-enhanced, ultra-powerful intellect; he was not just remembering it, he was fully conscious, although almost totally non-socialised.

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* In ''[[Literature/EndersGame Ender's Shadow]]'', we learn that ''Literature/EndersShadow'', Bean is able to remember a fair amount of his own infancy, and was lucid enough to hide just before the "clean room" where he has been cared for is raided. This is justified by his eidetic memory. And his genetically-enhanced, ultra-powerful intellect; he was not just remembering it, he was fully conscious, although almost totally non-socialised.
1st Sep '16 5:13:11 PM td1989
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''Anime/YugiohZexal'': One of Astral's recovered memories is his own birth.

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* ''Anime/YugiohZexal'': One of Astral's recovered memories is his own birth.
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