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My daughter has an invisible friend

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My daughter is 5.5 years old and is an only child. 
She has a friend named "Kirksy" that is a girl and plays with her when her friend isn't over (I am a nanny 3 days a week).

I don't encourage or discourage her talking about Kirksy, but I will listen to her stories about her and what they do.
It has just been in the past few weeks that "Kirksy" has shown up.

 She has a neuro disorder called "Complex Motor Stereotypy" and is seen twice a month by her pediatric neurologist who also happens to be a chiropractor.  Is this something I need to bring to the attention of her neurologist? 

by on Apr. 15, 2013 at 12:08 PM
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themomof3boys
by Member on Apr. 20, 2013 at 7:01 AM
My oldest son had a whole group of them...he called them "the little people", they did everything with us. He was about 5, and eventually they just stopped being. Don't worry too much
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