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My child drew a picture of a bum as a persons head that was going to the toilet. There was also a hand holding a knife. I asked her why she had drawn it she said she did it when she was angry with her Nana but she can't remember why. She said she has also had dreams where someone has cut her bum with a knife!!! I knew she had an active imagination, should I be concerned because I am very.
wow that's uh.... wow that's all I can say but.... (lol I say that a lot) she must have gotten the idea for some one (or thing) ask around if she has friends ask them some how ask nana if she had given the idea(I don't believe she would have but I was not right about a lot of things
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