posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 04:49 PM
The title of this thread caught my attention because I once thought of writing up a thread entitled 'My Daughter is One of the X-Men.' Honestly,
she's now 6 and a half months old, and from about week 2 we noticed her behavior was precisely linked with our thoughts (even before we could
thoroughly establish routines and solidify that parent/child bond).
My wife and I noticed whenever we thought of her vocalizing or thought she might be about to cry (all while we were 2 rooms away), she would
'goo-gaa' or cry right on cue. She's always seemed to know when we would peep around a corner even if she's not looking - she'll turn around
almost immediately and smile.
We also sit with her in front of the computer and listen to music while watching the pretty colours on the windows media player. Once while listening
to Mozart she really got into the song - (we bounce her, pat her along with the music, and she watches the colours quite intently). 3/4 of the way
through the song the power went off in the room, and I had to go to the circuit breaker outside and flip it back on. There was no logical cause of the
overload given we weren't using any more power than normal and I didn't touch any live connections or anything. I'm almost for certain she did that
inadvertently by being so involved in the experience.
Time and time again, she seems to know what we're thinking before we act, and it's not like she's reading body language or expressions because much
of this interaction happens either in the dark or at a distance.
I've always heard that parents have a special mental link with their children, but this is stronger than I imagined - there's real mental
communication going on here.