Hi, I am just curious to hear about any dreams you might have had about your unborn baby's gender and how the dreams change as time goes by. In my first trimester I dreamt about boy babies (and in my whole life any babies that appeared in my dreams were male) and the last 3 dreams were about girls. Although the last dream the baby appeared to be a boy a first, but then it was a girl and I inspected more closely and saw her genitals.
A friend of mine wanted a girl and dreamt about girls at first, but then she started dreaming about boys and then she discovered she is in fact having a boy.
PS. I wanted a boy at first, but I am less worried about the gender now and just want a healthy baby.
When I was pregnant with my first I had a dream of an adorable little boy in overalls with a red shirt playing on my bed. We had two ultrasounds that said girl, but in the 3rd trimester it was confirmed that she was a he.
Havent had any gender dreams this time.
First pregnancy I had a dream about an adorable little boy that looked just like me and I ended up having my dd. About two days ago, I had a dream about a little girl so we will find out in two weeks what we are having
I mostly dream about having a girl - my dreams are quite twisted though lately!!
i shall wait and see at the birth if they were right but i really don't have a clue what sex fidget is - some people say they always knew but i really dont!!
The only gender dream I've had was the night before my ultrasound! I dreamed I was having a boy and thats what i had been feeling the whole time.. but was very surprised to find out we're having a girl
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