Thursday, January 22

Sweet Dreams

Last Saturday was a lazy day at the house. I woke up and cleaned, napped and then back to cleaning. In between all the cleaning I took another break to watch a movie called Waitress. Pretty good movie to watch and after procrastinating with a movie I went back to chores.


Apparently HBO debutted Juno that same night so once I was done and the hubby was off to his Preds game I sat and watched it.



Well I tell you all this because that night I had the weirdest dream and dreamt that I was pregnant. Yikes!

When I woke up I quickly looked up what this might mean and here is what I found.

To dream that you are pregnant, symbolizes an aspect of yourself or some aspect of your personal life that is growing and developing. You may not be ready to talk about it or act on it. This may also represent the birth of a new idea, direction, project or goal.
Personal life growing or developing??? Hmmm, well I think my waistline is growing beyond control but I blame that to laziness and bad eating.


To dream that you are pregnant with the baby dying inside of you, suggests that a project you had put a lot of effort into is falling apart and slowly deteriorating. Nothing is working out the way you want it to.
Geez, really. How haunting, can't you just dream about the project not working.

If you are really pregnant and having this dream, then it represents your anxieties about the pregnancy. Women in the first trimester of their pregnancy tend to dream of tiny creatures, fuzzy animals, flowers, fruit and water. In the second trimester, dreams will reflect your anxieties about being a good mother and concerns about possible complications with the birth. Dreams of giving birth to a non-human baby are also common during this period of the pregnancy. Finally, in the third trimester, dreams consists of your own mother. As your body changes and grows, dreams of whales, elephants and dinosaurs and other larger animals may also start appearing at this stage.
Really wild dreams occur during pregnancy, I'll add this to my Con list for getting pregnant.

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