my 2 year old son refuses to sleep in his room because he says there is an owl/ghost in his room
he says it says rahhh to him and he runs into my bed sweaty shaken and scared this only started about 3 weeks ago, i dont know where it came from but im very concerned
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You should be concerned. I am glad to see you do not discount what he is telling you. If it were me, I would bless the room immediately. If you don't know how, then have someone bless it for you. Make sure he knows you believe him and are going to take steps to fix the situation. Positive energy does not usually scare children. I definitely would not make him sleep in there until after it is blessed. Be sure to leave a night light on for him. To this day, I cannot sleep in a dark room. Take care.
maybe you should take it a step further and sleep with him for a few days in his room, just so he feels secure. Then you can know exactly what is going on if anything. You will kill two birds, you will figure this mystery out and you will have your bed back......good luck........ciao
ive slept many of nights in his room with him and not heard or seen anything but when i was young me and my two siblings saw and heard ghosts and no one believed us. i believe my son and i do feel a presence in the apartment but it doesn't bother me or my fiance. just my son, he does have a night light i even leave the tv on for him and nothing works. im at my witts end
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