Remember growing those baby teeth? Taking that inaugural crawl? Mouthing that earliest solid food? Of course you don’t — and neither does anyone else. On average, the earliest people can remember is age 3¹/₂. Before that is darkness. But science is getting closer to understanding why most people can’t remember their first years. It may be because young brains physically need to forget in order to grow. Read the full article at NYPOST.COM