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Well I've heard of invisible friends, but DD has got an invisible book!

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sandyballs Wed 21-Feb-07 12:52:10

. Any would-be/actual psychologists out there, who can explain why children like these invisible things? She's almost 6 and her invisble book is called "[her name] and the Onion Fairies" . She won't read it to me , but likes to take it out with her and refer to it occasionally, much to the amusement of her sister.

paulaplumpbottom Wed 21-Feb-07 13:22:31

How wonderful that she has such a great imagination!!!!

sandyballs Wed 21-Feb-07 13:25:53

She certainly has!

SofiaAmes Thu 22-Feb-07 07:34:53

At least it's a book!!! Ds (6) has taken to "watching" (in his imagination) Scooby Doo on the wall during the week when he's not allowed tv. Hardly worth the trouble of banning tv....

Raggydoll Thu 22-Feb-07 08:05:36

my 3.5 yr old ds has a imaginary 'miniture daphne' (also from scooby doo) that he keeps in his hand. he takes her most places but sometimes he leaves her at home to have a nap!

ProfYaffle Thu 22-Feb-07 08:30:53

Lol, I had a troop of imaginary mice when i was little. Too much Bagpuss I fear ....

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