reply to post by txMEGAlithic
It's strange, I was thinking about this just this morning.
It was "in my head" right when I woke up, I was wondering what it could have been, and why nothing else similar seems to have happened.
Then, I heard my youngest son (3) opening his bedroom door, and I glanced at the clock - it was just before 7am.
He came to my door, and I asked if he was ok... he said he was "scared", so I asked what he was scared of, and he said something about "coming
"Coming Home?" I ask, and he says "yes".
"But you are home" I said, and he looked confused, and upset - like he couldn't figure something out.
So I get up and tell him I'll make him some warm milk.
His mum is already downstairs and when he sees her he tells her the same... "I'm scared, coming home"
She doesn't understand and says the same as me "...but you are home, silly"
and he puzzles for a few seconds then says "in dream, I'm scared, coming home"
"Oh was it just a bad dream?" she says.
"ahh, ok then, dad will get your milk and I'll give you a wee cuddle then..."
and that was it.
But I'm freaked out, because I woke up thinking about the previous... occurrence, then he says that he's scared when he's "coming home" from a
I haven't said anything to the kids at all about the night in the OP here, and I didn't mention to my wife that I was a bit freaked by this.
The kids are off school/nursery this week for "October week" holidays, and are heading down to our holiday place today for a few days, so I'll have
some time to think this through.
I just don't know whether his "dream" is connected in any way to the subject on discussion here.
My Instincts are SCREAMING at me that it is, but it's very difficult to concede that something like this might be happening. The implications are
staggering. It's a lot easier just to put it down to a couple of bad dreams and co-incidence.
What to do? How do you prove something like this one way or another without distressing the kids or adding to the "bad dreams"??
If something else did happen, on the night of the OP, would hypnotic regression shed some light on it? Or does that just let your mind "fill in the
gaps" with fantasy memories??
I just don't know what to do.