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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Those Crazy Dreams

You'll probably think I'm weird, and pardon me if this is a little TMI for you-
but my dreams lately are driving me (just a little) crazy!

Have you ever had really, really vivid dreams?

The kind that actually wake you up, and leave you surprised that it was just a dream?

I've always been a "dreamer" (the hubby, on the other hand, claims he never dreams)- and I notice my dreams get a little crazy at certain times in my life.  (When I was pregnant, they were nuts!)

But this is a little different.

I have been dreaming, repeatedly lately, that I am pregnant.

Not with the huge belly, just looking like I look now 
(ha! and I said not with a huge belly, didn't I!),
but in my dreams I keep feeling the baby kicking and moving.  

To the point that I'm waking up several times in the night because of it!

Do you put any stock in dreams?
Image Source: http://www.tressugar.com/What-Do-Pregnancy-Dreams-Mean-1794084


It was a dream that prompted me to take the test to find out if I was, or wasn't, pregnant with Regan- the dream was so vivid, and in it I felt so sure, that I just "knew" the test would be positive.

And it was.  :)

But, this time around, I am not "with child" (I did check!).

So, what's with this craziness?

All I know is, I'm tired.  
It's not like I get enough sleep lately anyway- what with a baby that wants to nurse several times in the night and who doesn't think she really needs to go to bed before 10 or 11 p.m. (although, that is progress!).

You'd think the dreams could lay off- really.


:)




3 comments:

Nikki said...

Oy, I don't know! I'm definitely not a dream analyst, but sometimes I dream about things I've been thinking about a lot, or that I want. Maybe your subconscious thinks it's time for another baby? :-) Hope you get some more sleep soon!

Jennifer said...

Well, that would just be crazy! (Right?) :)

Erica said...

Don't worry. Last night I dreampt that WHCC was totaly rearagnged and they switched all of our deskes out for just chairs that spun, like the little ones for kids.