I have never really taken an interest in past lives and reincarnations until now, here's why. I have a daughter, she is now 3 and a half,before her 3rd birthday she told me she was a boy and I should stop calling her a princess as she was a boy. When she was saying this I never gave it a second thought because I just thought she was experimenting with distinguishing male and female. Then a few months ago my daughter said "mommy, its not nice to shoot people, you must not shoot people and being shot hurts." I was completely blown away. You see, i dont have cable and I monitor what my daughter sees and watches on her kindle so I know shes not seeing anything in regards to people being shot at. She also told me she was shot when she was a boy. What puzzled me is that she told me I was the one who shot her, then I knew for a fact it was her imagination. I started to ignore her when she spoke that way, then about a week ago, I showed her a picture of my grandmother who had passed on, and she told me she already met her when she was a boy and she told her she was dead and is no longer with the family and that she (my daughter) will be with the family. She was even able to describe to my family where my grandmother died and when asked what killed my grandmother, she said my grandmother was not shot like her, she said my grandmother lay herself on the floor beside the bed and then she died. she even demonstrated exactly how my grandmother did it. I was three months pregnant when I watched my grandmother do this. I am extremely concerned as part of me want to believe my toddler but a tiny bit of me is being skeptic. What I am most concerned about is that my daughter really thinks I shot her. What my toddler dont know is this my biological father is in prison for life because he shot a 12 year old boy, this happened when I was 1 going on 2 yrs old. I do not communicate with my biological father as I do not want to be involved with people of his nature. So my child knows nothing about him, in fact she thinks my step dad is her real grand-father and I want to keep it that way. Please advise.