My daughter is now 16, but when she was 4 I allowed her father to take her out of state to visit his family before she started kindergarten. When she came home she had hours and hours of things she had to tell me. I stopped her on one of the things she was talking about and asked her to tell me more.
She told me about a bunch of cars all smashed up and policemen everywhere and described as best she could at her age the machine called the Jaws of Life. Obviously they had witnessed a terrible accident on the interstate. She concluded by saying, "It was too late, though, that lady was already dead."
I was more than a bit irritated with her father, assuming he had made an off-hand remark that she had picked up on. I asked her who told her and she said, "Nobody told me, I saw the pretty lady come out of the top of her car and fly away."
Ok. Enough said. She didn't seem too concerned about it so it hasn't been mentioned since.
The next incident happened a year later, the summer between kindergarten and 1st grade. Her grandparents took her to the beach for a week and when she came home I said, "Look at you! You're so brown!" (Referring to her tan.) She said, "Well, Mommy, you're orange." Puzzled, I said no, you're brown and I'm peach.
I got a very scornful look, especially coming from a 5yr old, and was informed, "Not your skin, Mom, your COLOR!"
Later I discovered that an orange aura can signify happiness, and I certainly was feeling happy at seeing my little girl after a week. I'm pretty certain she was seeing my aura.