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post #21 of 27
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WOW! That's all I have to say... WOW!

You're cool. WOW!
post #22 of 27
Lilyka--that is the most amazing thing I've ever heard!
Hey, do you think you could have a dream or two about when my baby comes? (just kidding)
post #23 of 27
With all of my pregnancies I had a lot of weird dreams. Specifically in my last pregnancy I dreamed frequently that I was having twins, boy and girl. Every time I only wanted the girl and I didn't care or really notice where the boy was. I have all boys. I have also dreamt of incredibly short labors. One time I dreamt that I gave birth to a baby that could walk and talk lol.
Kat
post #24 of 27
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Oh, I love reading about everyone's dreams (or lack there of). It's fun!

This was my dream that I woke up with. I don't think there was any powerful message in it, but it was interesting none the less.

I found myself in a hospital (what the hey!) with no one around me, but I wasn't lonely, just a little sad that no one would get pictures or video footage. Well, the nurse comes in and declares me ready to push. I confidently say, not yet. She calls the Dr. He comes in and I magically float into bed where he positions himself between my legs. He tells the nurse that I'm not quite ready, but he knows how to help me. He grabs for his siscors. I say, "I do not want an episiotomy." He tells me he knows what is best. Then, I search my soal for the most powerful words. I said firmly, "NO MEDICAL CONSENT FOR EIPISIOTOMY." The Dr. and nurse hear my golden words and get so upset they leave me alone. Then, I birth my baby myself. I feel good.

Fun, huh?
post #25 of 27
My dreams seem to be mostly sexual (and, yes, mostly about dh!!) or outrageous, like that I'm best friends with Pam Anderson and she is also 12 weeks pregnant, and i'm off to some hollywood affair. Or that dh does something he would NEVER do (like leave me out of the blue, or stay out all night partying). Totally outrageous.

I had girl dreams the whole time i was pregnant with my dd, and i had some girl and some boy dreams while pregnant with ds. He is such a sweetie, i know he has some female traits! i haven't had any gender dreams yet, except the one where dh wants to leave me and only take this baby, and it is a girl.
post #26 of 27
I've had some really weird dreams, some of which are a little disturbing.

When I was pregnant with ds, I dreamed a few times about a little girl. The one I remember most went like this:

Dh & I are walking down a dirt road, and there is a baby girl just calmly sitting on the side of the road. She is merely moths old, very round and healthy, dark hair and olive skin (a little like me, but more defined.)
So, we take her with us, and at night we make camp and I lay down with her nad just hold her and we fall asleep.
Throughout the dream I am thinking about her and I know she is not my child, but I want her to be.

Not long after by son was born, friends of mine our adopt a little girl from Guatemala, who was about 2 1/2 but looks frighteningly like the girl in my dream.

So fine, I was dreaming about this lost girl who needed a home, she found one, and that's wonderful.

Now that I am pregnant again, I am dreaming about her again, a lot! Mostly I am just holding her, and loving her. I have no idea what it means, but I know it means something.


I am also having dreams about giving birth, and strange things happening.

I dreamed I gave birth to twins, and boy and a girl. They were aliens, they looked a little like octopie (but the were cute,) one blue and one pink. I gave birth to soon and it was too easy. I was in a strange place, so I put the babies in a jar together with some goo (because that's what alien babies need when they are born too soon,) and put them in my purse.
I forgot about them and they died. I was so upset, but I knew they would die anyway. I was also upset that the birth was so easy.

I have had MANY more dreams where I give birth, and I'm happy about my baby, but I am greeving because the birth was so easy. I wanted to enjoy the birth, but it happens so quitely, and I don't feel anything, and I am so sad when it is over.

I also keep dreaming that the baby is a girl. However, I really feel like this baby is a boy!
post #27 of 27
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I dreamed I gave birth to twins, and boy and a girl. They were aliens, they looked a little like octopie (but the were cute,) one blue and one pink. I gave birth to soon and it was too easy. I was in a strange place, so I put the babies in a jar together with some goo (because that's what alien babies need when they are born too soon,) and put them in my purse.
that is really similar to a dream I had with my first baby. I dreamt that he was born very early at my friend's house in the middle of the night. The birth was very easy and not painful. The baby was soooo tiny and I didn't know what to do with him. The face on teh baby kept changing like turning the pages in a book. I finally laid the baby on a piece of bread and put him in the fridge. By morning when I remembered what happened, he was dead
Kat
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