This may sound a bit strange but my 5 year old son wanted me to cut up an apple for him, so I went to the cupboard and got out a knife that I use all the time to cut up the apple.
Out of the blue he says, that's Grandpa Jim's knife.
Jim was my father who passed away in 2008 when my son was only 4 months old.
The thing is, after he passed, I took a bunch of his dishes from his apartment and that knife was one of them. I can't recall ever telling anyone that that particular knife belonged to my father, it's just an ordinary stainless steal pairing knife. How in the world would my son have possibly known that the knife was grandpa Jim's knife?
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Answer by jeanclaudia at 11:01 PM on Jun. 29, 2013
He may have heard you say that to someone. But I do believe young kids & even older ones with disabilities can communicate with spirits. My oldest who has developmental & language delay communicates with his dad quite a bit. (he passed in 2010) And occasionally with my grandparents. (they passed in 2009) Some of the things he says are almost chilling. But I don't freak out, I actually find it comforting. I believe he is comforted by it too. You should just ask him how he knew that was his G-pa's knife & see what he says.
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