About Ally

Posted on October 25, 2011

I came online hoping to figure out what�s going on with our child. We left our other place after losing our son prematurely. The toys would go off, and our daughter who was only two at the time kept asking me to make him stop playing with her toys. She knew his name, even though we never told her I was pregnant or his name,

Anyway, we left in a hurry from the house not because we were freaked out, but because it was too painful to be there. He was born there and the memories and all the activity was too much to bare.

So, we came to where we currently live now. Shortly after coming here, our child had a new buddy � an imaginary buddy, named Ally. Within a year, she stopped sleeping at night. This went on for two straight years until we sought the help of our pediatrician. We put her on medication to help adjust her sleep pattern. But � Ally never went away. Last year, my husband who is deathly afraid of ghosts, awoke to find this so-called imaginary friend run awkwardly across the room and through the front door. He described her to me and I insisted he was just dreaming or something.

Well, I asked our daughter to draw Ally on her whiteboard. Sure enough, the girl my husband saw fit the description to the girl he saw. Down to the baby blue pjs with yellow flowers, her golden hair in pig tails (my husband saw this, but the pigtails were out and the child�s hair had markings where the hair accessories would have been).

Ally doesn�t seem to be a problem, apart from keeping our daughter up in perpetual slumber parties. Not sure what to do, but our daughter is now six and still sees this child.

We may be moving soon and I�m sad for Ally, who apparently can�t find her parents and �lives next door in the wall� according to our daughter. I scoured the internet to find info on a child who�s passed away in this place/area and nothing came up.

Anyway, had to share this because I have no idea how to handle this situation and I�m hoping someone else can relate.

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6 Responses to “About Ally”
  1. Rosie says:

    Why should you have to move because of this ghost? I do’t think Ally is harmful, she is just lost. Help her to see the light or let someone else help her if you are not sure what to do. Once she is gone, you and your family’s life will be back to normal. I don’t think it is a good idea to let the ghost bother your daughter. Ally belongs to another world.

  2. glassbluelotus says:

    Ally could be your Daughters Guardian. Or possibly a Future Daughter of yours who is currently in spirit form.
    Ally could also be a connection between your premature Son-Someone who is a Spiritual friend of your Son in the realm of the afterlife, who is sent back and forth between the spirit world to visit your premature Son, and then visit your Daughter and your family in the realm of the living.

  3. glassbluelotus says:

    Ally could be a future Daughter of yours in Spiritual form. Or Ally who is someone from the realm/s of the afterlife. Well Ally might know your Son who passed over, and so she goes back and forth between visiting your Son in the realm/s of the afterlife, and then visits your Daughter and your family member/s in the realm of the living.

  4. Pete says:

    Hi, don’t be too concerned about it, my granddaughter had the same problem when
    she was 5/6 years old, but her “Friend” was an adult, a black woman she refered to
    as “The Dark lady” she would sit up in her bed as if chatting to someone sitting beside
    her, this went on until she reached her 10th birthday when it suddenly stopped, and no
    harm was done to her, she is now a healthy 15 year old.

  5. Jennifer Mills - Young says:

    I saw my first ghost at 4, I’m now 49. My mother much like yourself was a bit worried because naturally she souldn’t see him and as she told me ‘ having a 4 year old say your dead father ( my grandfather) was sitting in a chair looking at her’ was so unnerving she refused to acknowledge it, even when she finally saw the apparition for herself!
    I became scared, only because my mother was scared.
    As an adult now, I realise I had nothing to be afraid of.
    Ghost children push boundaries much like alive children do – if she was naughty when alive, she will be naughty when she’s dead.
    If staying up late and playing with toys was her thing, it obviously still is.
    She is lost and requires empathy.
    I find in dealing with children and ‘ invisible friends ‘ the imagery of angels are often helpful – you can usually get pictures of angels and little girls usually love them!
    If a child is bothersome, or naughty or destructive a warning ‘ol St George in his armour will take them away if they don’t behave, because your daughter actually has the power in this interaction. Your daughter has to tell her and MEAN IT that she will not play with her at night. You have to tell her ( she can hear you ) that she must behave when she visits your house and night time play visits are not allowed. If she lacks a mum and has lost her mother just like a child she has no adult guidance either and keeps acting like a child. She does need help to focus and leave and ” go to the light ” – get your daughter who obviously has the gift to help her find her mum. Suggest next time she turns up for a night time play that she look up for the light and that her mum is waiting for her there.
    My children ( now in their 20′s) also see dead people and we’ve treated it as such a ‘normal event’ since they started having ‘ invisible friends’ so they almost take it for granted these days. That’s because I never introduced the experience as ” scary ” to them but I did let them know they were in control at all times NOT the ghost. Of course the grief would not be helping your own coping mechanisms and would probably create enought energy to help her manifest.
    But yeah if my daughter had a night time friend wanting to play all night – I know she’d sit up and play with them all night! Kids will be kids.
    But mum’s have to be mums and step in with some rules and the poor spirit girl doesnt have a mum so has no rules. She doesn’t mean any harm.
    The best scenario would be if she could move on before you leave but your daughter would appear to be the key to that end with your guidance. How would you treat a little lost girl who turned up on your doorstep in her pj’s? You’d help her go home of course!

  6. carri says:

    I noticed myself when there is a close family member’s death. There is a lot of paranormal activity for several years sometimes. I have experienced this also myself. The activity was pretty intense for about 1 and half years. moving the deceased family members stuff out of the house helped calm the activity.

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