sounds like they have a bunch of mass murders in the making.
Wow.....I hope all of these parents re-evaluate what they are watching or what they are saying around them. Especially head cutting, bone chewing, skin peeling comments like that. Oh, and throwing baby brothers into the fire or burying them!
The bone chewing one...I totally thought of The Walking Dead when I read that one.
Or stop reading the bible
The skin peeling one was cut off from the rest of the story as are a few of these...the skin peeling child's parent had a sun burn that was peeling
Our then 18 month old had NEVER heard the word "Die" at the time, but when she saw our cat killing a bird, she started chanting "DIE! DIE! DIE!". We NEVER watched anything violent around her, we didn't even have TV at the time, so she had no clue of anything like that. So either you A) don't have kids, B) don't realize that sometimes kids just oddly put together different words they know, or C) kids just say things.
The Children of the Corn are REAL!
even if its fake, still scary
The little girl who died and "now shes here".... Past life maybe??
yeah, sure sounds like it. the little boy above her with the car crash story probably as well
When my daughter was 3 she said she was an old lady they lived in California and( we live in Ohio) said that her grandson kicked the ball on the roof and she had to climb up and get it then fell and now she is here.
see if you can find info of a grandmother falling off a roof in California
I was thinking the exact same thing about both those kids!
When my son was 3 years old he told us, "you know the first time I was born, I had another mom and dad and they didn't look like you."
My son, too, from about 2 1/2 to 3 years old insisted that he had another Mom... Actually started to freak me out a little....
My son who is now 3 does exactly the same thing! He always tells me that he has another mommy and pappa - which is really strange, cause he calls my husband Dad. Also speaks to my dead father, and great grandmother from my mom's side (that I never even met as she died when my mom was a little girl)
At least your kids were people in their past lives. My son as a small child would always say, "Remember when I was a bird and I broke my wing?
Daily proof of past lives
wow,they do remember things from other life. isn't it?
I've read the 'I want to peel your skin off' one before... the dad had sunburn and his skin was peeling. A little context goes a long way!
Yeah I read somewhere up until about 10 years old is when kids forget things about their past lives.
Interesting .... makes sense.
It uses to happen when grownups tell them it is nonsens. Often their own parents or in school. Or the church.
What the fuck did I just read? I thought creepy little kids was just a horror movie trope.
Some never forget about past lives.-posting as anonymous 'cause faster.
Lol, Anonymous... I post that way, too, for the same reason!
Which is why parents should pray for their children.
Yes, that is a very good way to close the childrens minds...
What's why you should pray for your children?
My daughter one time after her dad yelled at said in a hushed tone... "Dada, I'll kill you..." she usually just gibbers (She's not even 2 yet). But that we made out very clearly! Loved the pale face! LOL.
These are just dumb.
holy crap ......creepy stuff
Now THESE are my kind of children :D
My daughter thought she was from another family for many years. She is in her 20s now, and she still remembers when she used to tell me that as a child. AND she still insists that she was someone's else baby before mine. AS a child she couldn't figure it out, so she kept saying she must be adopted because I did not look like her mother. As a normal adult, she still says something is not right... but she will just have to live with it.
I got one thats better than all these. We were celebrating my daughter's 2nd birthday and my wife walks up with her and says 'Tell Daddy what you just told me'.. I asked her what she said. "I'm Mark'... Mark who? "Me, I'm Mark" Who told you to say this? "Nobody, it's me, Mark. I'm Mark". This went on for a couple minutes. My jaw was on the floor and tears were rolling down my face. Mark was my younger brother who died of heart failure at age 35 - Four years before she was born. We weren't close so there were no photos on the wall, I didnt speak of him much and never told her she had an uncle that had died, she was only 2..... Next day I asked her where was Mark... 'Mark what?'
My parents told me that from the time I learned to talk until I was about 4, I insisted that my name was Dan and I was a pilot on an aircraft carrier. I also built model airplanes and had dozens of them until I was 11, when I hit puberty and discovered boys. Oh yeah -- I'm a 55 year old woman, and NOT called Dan. Now.
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