I had a baby dream this morning! It was sort of tacked onto the end of another, semi-violent dream, which is weird, and I didn't actually give birth, but witnessed the baby being born, not from my body, but from some part of "me" that was separate, but it wasn't my abdomen or anything, just my perspective was weird. Anyway, the baby came out, feet first. Her color was great, like just regular skin, not red or purple or blue the way babies are, but she was wet. Oh! And she was a girl! She was pretty thick too, sort of chubby, but sort of short looking and her head was big, though it all looked normal and like a baby. She was perfect! My mom was standing beside me after I'd caught her coming out (hence my weird perspective, I guess) and immediately stuck a finger in her mouth to check for a palate, which annoyed me. Then my sister gave her a pacifier which also bothered me and I had to take it out and keep pushing hands away so I could look at my baby and nurse. I had to take off all my clothes really quick, which was a struggle, but I was only wearing shirts, but I was wearing like four t-shirts and they weren't super stretchy and I was having problems. But I got 'em off and I brought her to my breast and in my mind was going through all the things I needed to do - have her on her side, bring her head to my breast, not me to her, feel supported in my arms, make sure her mouth opens wide, etc. She got a decent latch, but all the hands were annoying her and the pacifier confused her, so we were going to need to work on it a bit. But then she latched on for a minute and I looked at her and started thinking about her name. For some reason I decided to add a second middle name to the name we have picked out and it was Catherine, which is my mom's name. So the baby would be Eleanor Catherine Esme, which is rather pretty, actually. This was all outdoors by the airport near my mom's house, btw. lol So, that's my dream and it made me feel really good. Still working on my ideas about birthing though... I think this helped a bit though it didn't offer any clarity, just vision.