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    Default Creepy things your child has said/done

    yesterday my 4 yr old dd was singing a made up song to her baby doll while I was driving. At first I thought it was cute until I listened to the words and then ... Well let's just say I was a little creeped out. The song went like this ... "My baby died, my baby dieded (her word not mine), baby is dead and now she is down in the ground"
    So in honour of Halloween share any weird or creepy thing your child has said or done... Surely I haven't got the only creepy kid..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RipperRita View Post
    Yesterday my 4 yr old dd was singing a made up song to her baby doll while I was driving. At first I thought it was cute until I listened to the words and then ... Well let's just say I was a little creeped out. The song went like this ... "My baby died, my baby dieded (her word not mine), baby is dead and now she is down in the ground"
    So in honour of Halloween share any weird or creepy thing your child has said or done... Surely I haven't got the only creepy kid
    that is really creepy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    that is really creepy!
    Isn't it! I got shivers ... Surely other kids say creepy weird stuff

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    My DS2 comes into my bed in the morning when he wakes up and we have some cuddles before we start the day one morning we had been playing and then he just suddenly stopped, looked at the door, looked really scared, put his hand over my mouth and said "shhh some body's coming!" He stayed like that for about 30 seconds before he smiled and laughed!!!! He freaked me out so badly!!!

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    After driving for a while in silence my 5 yr old came out with: "I'll bring flowers to your gravestone, mummy".

    While I was pregnant with his sister he jumped on my lap and immediately looked very upset/sorry. He said "did I jump on the baby's head? Will we need to bury her in a box in the ground with all her special things?!" - I still have no idea where he got this as I have never said anything of the sort!

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    DP was talking to DS about him one day becoming a daddy himself, after he's married and whatever. DS calmly turned around and said "You'll be dead daddy!"
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    'Mummy, when daddy dies we'll have to get a new daddy'.

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    My DD said to me the other week totally out of the blue "When Sam (her brother) dies, we can just put him in the bin can't we mum?" I was like "firstly, your brother isn't going to die for a very very long time, and secondly, no we don't put people in the bin" it was an icky thought! I later found out she had watched her Dad put a dead mouse in the wheelie bin the night before, so obviously that's where she got that idea from

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    We bed share with DD. A couple of nights ago she was awake in the middle of the night and feeling scared (she's 3). She first kept saying "We're safe in the house" and then moments later was looking at one particular spot on the ceiling in the dark and said "He's back! He's back!" and then she said "Oh, he's gone." and then "He's back again! He's back again!". I started to get a little freaked out at this point and told her there was nothing to be scared off and we both eventually went back to sleep.

    Weeks earlier DD and I were in the car, in the dark, waiting for DH when DD points down the street and says " Look mum, a hairy man". There was no one there and again, she kept saying it! I have a strange child lol.

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