Have your kids ever done or said things that make you scratch your head in wonder?
Yes, obviously they do things every day that make us wonder and scratch our heads, but I mean really strange things, and really make you scratch you heads!
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I've been starting to pay a little more attention to the terms..
Gracie has always been a really neat child. She's always talked about whatever is on her mind, and holds nothing back.. but some of the things that she talks about, just blow our minds.
Things that make me think that there is WAY more to this little girl than what we can see..
I am going to just list a few of the things that she has come out with. I will go back as far as I can remember...
* Very early, like as soon as she could talk, she started telling us that "DADDY'S GRANDMA" was in her room all the time..
*On vacation we stayed in a cabin that was built on old farm land. It was there she told us about "JONAH WHO HAS SHEEP AND COWS"
*For as long as I can remember she has told us about the angels in her room that come and see her every night. Sometimes they help her fly like Tinkerbell.
*For the longest time she had a "friend" named George. Gracie was the only one that could see him. She also has a stuffed monkey named George so when we asked her if that is who she was talking about, she would get very mad. She meant her friend George. When we started asking too many questions, George disappeared.
*Gracie was probably only about 2 when she started pointing out our back door and pointing at the "horsey"... she told us he was big and black. Sometimes she would just stand at the door waving to him smiling.. We could never see him, but she was adamant that he was there. Our property also used to be farm land.
*She talked about the "lady" that slept in the upstairs bedroom at Gram's house. (No one lives there except my parents. Both upstairs bedrooms are guest rooms)
*She met a little boy a couple of weeks ago, and they hit it off right away. The other day when I mentioned her "new" friend, she informed me that he is NOT a new friend that they have known each other for a very, very long time.
*Driving past a cemetery a few weeks ago she said "Wow, look at all the beautiful angels!"
*When swimming at my sister's last week, she laid backwards, arms out, hair in the water and said out loud "I'M ALIVE!!" She wasn't being silly, it was kind of neat really.
*When talking about her birthday party yesterday, she asked me if her "old daddy" could come. I told her that her daddy isn't old. She said "No, not old like that! Old, like when you don't use it any more? Can my old daddy come that I don't use any more?" (Please remember that she is 3!)
*I asked her if she had "old mommies" and she said that I have always been her mommy but that she's had other daddies! Weird... (the good thing is that she says Peter is her favourite! lol)
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These aren't things that 3 year old's normally say. Also, where do these thoughts come from?
You have to admit, for a little girl, she would have to have one heck of an imagination.
All of this used to scare me, freak me out beyond belief. Now though, I am fascinated by it all.
Isn't it amazing to think that our children are so open to what is "out there"? Amazing to think that there might be a possibility of afterlife, reincarnation and all of that amazing stuff??
"They" say that kids are more open to it, and that we should never discourage them. Never tell them they are wrong or that you don't believe them. After all,, who are we to judge? How do we know what they can see, hear, feel?
Kids all over the world are being diagnosed with things like Autism, ADD, etc... Some believe that they are simply more intuitive, that they are Crystal or Ingido.
What if there IS more to it? What if we start looking deeper? (I'm not saying that I don't believe in ADD or Autism, but I do believe that some kids are misdiagnosed.)
I've really become fascinated with all of this.
I'm interested to see what all of you think? Hearing some of your stories? Experiences?
I'm sure that some of you think that I've gone completely nutty, but that's okay.
Maybe so many of the things that seem so innocent have more meaning to them than we could ever know?
I can't wait to hear all of your opinions and stories.. Surely my daughter can't be the only child in the world saying and doing neat things!!
Next week, I'm going to do a feature on Crystal/Indigo kids, if you're not interested, don't come back,, but hey we've got nothing to lose by looking a little deeper, right?
Feel free to tell me I'm crazy, I really don't mind!