What was the very first thing that "stumbled" you?
Mine was: I was about 5 or 6 years old and of course I used to find it really hard to find things in my Bible at meetings (couldn't find the books quick enough before they moved onto the next paragraph and used to get frustrated). I had the idea to make little tabs for the edges of the pages so I could tell where the books were - so I asked mum to help me neatly write out the book names on tiny slips of paper and tape them inside. I only taped in about 10 (Matthew to John, Psalms and Proverbs, and Revelation then started at the beginning) before the next meeting as writing tiny and neat when you're only little is hard work!
At the bookstudy the conductor noticed and went absolutely bonkers that I'd done that to the Bible! I was heartbroken as I was trying to be better at the meetings and that's why I had the idea in the first place. Mum was fuming at him though, but what could she do as a fairly new JW and totally taken in by it all.
When we got home I took my little plastic kiddy scissors and cut off all the tabs. I was so *embarrassed* to have got into trouble and I felt so *guilty* that I had upset Jehovah with my tiny pieces of paper, but I had the feeling inside that it was the *Elder's* fault that I was upset, and it was the first time I thought about the "mean people" in the Truth?.