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Pre-Birth Experience Story
Katie

I was reading your pre-birth stories and wanted to share what my three-year-old has told me. She is a very bright little girl, and always has been. (I'm not just saying that because I'm her mother, either. She acts and talks like she's 30, and has since she was about 18 months old.)

She said to me one day, "Mommy, I am so glad I picked you to be my mommy, and daddy to be my daddy." When I asked her what she meant, she said she used to watch us before she was born, and she picked us to be her parents. She also said that she knew her younger sister before she was born and chose her as her sister. In addition, she told me that our 18-month-old daughter picked us to be her parents as well.

When she said this to me, I was a bit taken a back, but her tone was what caught me. She was so very matter-of-fact and nonchalant about it that I never even second-guessed her. It's hard to explain. It makes me feel good about a lot of things. She was a surprise for my husband and me, and I was very scared about becoming a mother. The second she was born, I knew she was meant to be with me and I wasn't scared at all anymore.

I was not aware of pre-birth experiences before this happened, but I had always though of it as a possibility. I came across your website because I was searching for accounts of near death experiences. My grandmother recently passed away at the age of 87. While I was visiting her in the hospital, she was drifting in and out of sleep. When she woke, she would say things like, "I'm seeing things" or "I was sitting with my mother and father." I wondered if she was just dreaming, or whether she was visiting the afterworld briefly.

When I read about pre-birth experiences, it made great sense to me that we would exist before we are born into this life, and then return "home" when we pass out of this life.

Katie
ZenZoe1@aol.com

John Sloat's response:

We exist forever, because we are part of God. We exist before our birth, we choose many of the circumstances of our birth situation, we live our physical life, we slip back into the spirit world with the help of those who come to greet us, and in time we choose to come back into another incarnation. We also tend to reincarnate in groups, which means that your three-year-old may have been your mother, or some other relative, in a previous incarnation. That may be part of the reason she chose you this time. Startling, eh?