I'm new to this forum and not even sure if this is the correct place to be but just want to write of my experience this morning. I have two little boys aged 2 (26 months) and 6 months. My toddler can be a serious little soul at times but he is our little ray of sunshine. He's previously said things that have spooked me in the past, one being that he kept telling me to make the black bunny go away. He had a large wooden activity cube in his bedroom with wires and beads etc on it. For a week or so a few months back he would be scared at night when looking at it and cower down and say "bunny go away". I asked him what bunny and he'd point to the cube and say "black bunny....hiding". We ended up moving the cube elsewhere and nothing else came of it. Anyway this morning he was sat on the floor in front of me playing lovely with his Thomas the Tank train set which he had for Christmas when all of a sudden he stopped and looked really sad (he has a proper pout which comes just before he cries). I asked him what was wrong and he said "gone". I asked him what's gone and he replied "my baby gone". His baby brother was sat between my legs playing so I said no, your baby brother is here. He got really up set and said "MY baby gone". I tried to comfort him and said oh no, where's your baby gone, maybe we can find it to which he replied "gone to the clouds". Both me and his father looked at each other and we both were unsure what to say. He's never experienced a loss so we've never spoken to him about anything like heaven and angels up in the clouds, and the only TV he watches or is interested in is the Twirliwoos, Mr Tumble or In the Night Garden (we're from the UK). He then pouted to the point I thought he was about to burst into tears but rapidly came out of it seconds later to continue playing with his trains. He's only just started to put sentences together of 5-6 words. How do you think I should respond if he says anything like that again?