Are they mostly an only child thing?
My DS is 4y and has a few. He told me last night his invisible girlfriend, Elisa, has two children.
He's also had a group of invisible teen-age friends for at least a year who live in space and he loves to tell me about all his great adventures with them.
His first, and wiredest invisible friend, is an elderly native american woman who is wheelchair bound. She tells him stories and sings songs to him and he helps her get around.
Answer by AdensMama0308 at 9:25 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
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Answer by 3HappylKidds at 9:27 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
My son had an invisible friend named Sparky. Sparky joined our family when my son was about 4 or 5. Sparky had his own place at the table, his own spot in the back seat of the car, etc etc. Sparky coincidentally didn't like the same foods my son disliked. Sparky did not like to wash his hair. I sat on Sparky more than once. My son is now 7 and once in a great while, Sparky comes back to life. Not as much as before though.
Answer by CookieMom108 at 9:30 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
Answer by zoejains_momma at 9:50 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
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Answer by dreamangel06 at 11:50 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
My kids used to have invisible friends. My son still had one when in kindergarten and he would tell us about him but told him not to talk about it too much at school. He was gone by the end of kindergarten...I'm not sure if my son even remembers his "friend". my daughter had 2 friends before and during kindergarten. She didn't talk about them in class. She's in first grade now and I do remember her talking about one of the friends at the beginning of the school year...nothing recently. I guess all of the invisibles are gone.
Answer by JenE1098 at 11:56 AM on Mar. 31, 2011
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