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originally posted by: veracity
a reply to: Butterbone
Wow, that's amazing
As long as you are her mother it will not get shut off. Ask her questions about how she knew about Banjo, that will lead to more questions, just ask and she will tell.
A different case:
I have a friend with a 3 yr old daughter and she always talked about her sisters and her other mommy and how she missed them. My friend encouraged her, asked their names, they all had a name, she was consistent with them every time she talked about this, she wanted to be with her sisters again. Its been a few months since shes talked about them and when we were out to eat, she asked her about her sisters and other mommy and she just stared like she didn't know wtf she was talking about.
originally posted by: nonnez
On a side note . . . one of my family members had a creepy incidence with their son ( age 5 at the time). The boy had drawn a picture of the family that he wanted her to post on the fridge. It had the entire family drawn in it with the addition of a very small child. She asked him who the small child was in the picture and he told her that "she says she was the baby that was in your stomach." It turns out that before the pregnancy that brought about her son there was another pregnancy where the child was lost late term. My family member says that she never mentioned this to her son at any point and that there was no way for him to have known. She was totally freaked out by this.
originally posted by: NixieJean
Pretty sure I've contributed to this before but reading through these again I thought of one.
I was grocery shopping and while I have 3 kids the youngest hadn't been born yet. And the older two were at school.
I was walking around an isle and a woman with a little girl was in the cart. She was maybe 2-3 years old. Just old enough to still fit in the cart and just learning to form full sentences. She looked right at me and started calling me an angel. I smile and started to move away as she became more animate about it. Her mom apologized but I just smiled at her and walked by. I heard her asking her mom why she couldn't see my wings.
Now. I truly wish I knew what she saw in me. But it was sweet and it was at a point in my life when I truly needed someone to see good in me. I'm surely no angel but she gave me hope.