- Anupriya kapur
- August 10, 2015
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Oh god. Got goosebumps reading it.
Thanks for the info. Feeling scared.
🙂 you are welcome
Yeah anupriya, this is pretty common. My first born had an imaginary pet at the same age, 2.5, she used to call her chikki, a dog. She used to roam around the whole house with chikki and make conversations with her as well. I also read it on the net and then joined in her fun with playing with chikki 🙂 . once she told me about a new mom, who visits her in school and Keeps looking from the gate while she boards the bus. That’s when I lost my sleep. But, yet again, she was imagining and cooking up stories… Kids I tell u!
Thanks for sharing. Looks like there is some affinity with C 🙂
No Experience on that, But my sonny says sometimes says he sees Muruga(god) its better than imaginery friend. cuz imaginery frnd scares the shit outta me after watching some holywood horror flicks tongue emoticon tongue emoticon i just do not give importance to it but just let him be. BTW he is 2 yrs old smile
My daughter around the age of 3 and 4 used to talk to her dolls in fluent kannada which i at the the time could not understand properly. Imagine my plight ..Thank God for Google dev. I looked it up and let it be. She still sometimes talks to somebody, it sounds like a conversation but if i ask she days i am talking to myself! It has a lot of “theek hai na” “ok!” kind of expressions. But it is getting rarer! Time to fuss about oily skins and messy scalps!
Damn! Speaking in another language would have been unnerving.
🙂 I can imagine!
This happened with my niece also when she was 2 to 3 , she had an imaginery friend called ‘hasan’. She used to say hasan market chale , Hasan homework kar liya. After that we found out it is normal behavior of kids.
Hasan 🙂 I wonder how they come up with names.
When my son was 6 months old and had just started crawling and babbling, he would crawl to the “puja room” and babble to the idols, clap his hands, laugh, even wait in the middle of babbling as if for a response then babble back like he was having a conversation. Sometimes, when we were sitting on the sofa, he would crawl up and peer over the back towards the “puja room” and smile and nod and sit back down. This went on till he was about a year old and we changed houses (for other reasons). It never alarmed us as we simply accepted that perhaps he could see “spirits” and as he was not disturbed by them we shouldn’t be either. 🙂 And as we are not very religious so it would have meant the same had he been looking at stuffed toys and behaving the same way. We believe that if our babies – human or furry – are not agitated by something, we should let them be. Our dogs have done similar things – looked at empty corners and taken stances, barked or panted as if being petted when no-one is around, etc. As long as they are okay, we are too. 🙂
love your attitude 🙂
My niece used to do that and it scared the hell out of my sis-in-law. Later my daughter used to do that also. Since she was about one year old. My niece used to call out to an “Uncle” in pajamas.
Uncle in Pajamas 🙂 So cute
Oh God, Anupriya , I had goosebumps reading the first few lines … But was relieved after reading the complete note… Again a very crisp article …
My daughter has an imaginary cat she talks to all the time. So one day, when we saw a real cat in our car parking, I asked her “Is she your cat? The one you talk to all the time.” and she replied “No, this is not mine. Mine is blue in color”.
Catty the Blue Cat, love it!
It was lovely going thru comments…
Good day, Ms. Anupriya!
This is Alyssa of GMA News TV. We are doing an episode on extraordinary stories, and I happened to read your post about your son’s imaginary friend. We would like to ask if we can invite you and your son for an interview? May I also ask for your contact number where I can reach you? Thank you!
Looking forward to your positive response.
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I would have loved to but I’m no longer in Philippines. In India now.
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