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Old 02-21-2008, 05:34 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Since I started this thread I suppose I should post about my two most recent dreams.
The first I can remember only that I had a baby boy.
The second (dreamed the next night) I was in labor at full term and my obgyn tells me some thing like "You need to sit up so we can get to him" or something like that. I remember thinking "HIM?!?!?" and being really happy and excited that I was indeed going to have the baby boy I have dreamed of.
What these dreams have done is to make me really anxious to have my other two babies (a boy then a girl) and have my family all together. I feel like it's not complete yet.
I'm excited and can't wait to see what's going to happen. I want to poas all the time whether it's even possible (that I'd be pregnant) or not. I bought some pg tests the other day just to help alleiviate my obsession.
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Old 03-16-2008, 05:05 PM
 
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It was around the end of my 1st trimester being pregnant and I had a dream that my husband and I were in our old apartment and we were either the adoptive or foster care parents of a boy who was around 3 years old with blondish brown hair. I introduced him to someone saying "he is not our real baby," and then pointed to the baby in my lap and said, "This is our real baby, Alyssa." The part about the boy doesn't make any sense. I don't know who he would be and we don't plan on taking care of a child that isn't ours.

I never had any ultrasounds because I was doing a home birth with a midwife, so I didn't know for certain what I was having, but I was pretty certain that I was having a girl. When I gave birth, my husband caught our baby and I said to him before I took a look, "Its a girl, isn't it?" and he looked and showed me and it was. The midwife asked if we had a name and we immediately said "Alyssa Coral." It was a good thing we had a girl, because we did not have any boy names picked out.

However, my husband would tell me that he always had dreams it was a boy. I think the next baby will be a boy.

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