From birth to roughly 2 years old, Piaget's Sensorimotor Stage of Cognitive Development. Significant because it is a stage of tremendous growth and development, as I used sensory perceptions and motor activities to learn about the world around me.
Piaget's preoperative stage. This stage is important as I gained more knowledge of the world around me and began to develop the skills needed to speak.
Substage 6 of the Sensorimotor stage. Very significant because I showed a deep understanding of not just words but language and sentence structure.
Erikson's school age stage. It's significant because my education begins, and education is extremely important and marks a new stage of my life.
Erikson's adolescence stage begins. Significant transition stage between childhood and adulthood as one I began to try and find out who I am as an individual.
Kohlberg's self interest orientation stage. I really start to find what I'm interested in and passioante about, which is cars and sports.
Erikson's Young Adulthood stage. I began to study whatever I choose to study (likely engineering) and just start to find what my role is going to be in the "real world."
Erikson's young and middle adulthood stages. I began to make the transition from schooling to the work force, hopefully in a field I enjoy.
Erikson's Maturity Stage. I have for the most part figured out who I am and who I want to be, and am now largely focused on taking care of my family.
Erikson's late adulthood stage. My years of working are likely over and I just start to focus on enjoying my last years on earth with my family members.