Please tell me it's not just me. Every so often, like once a month, I have a dream that I'm pregnant and then I have the baby (in dream world it's like...I'm 4 months pregnant and the next day I have the baby, so like, not realistic at all!). And every time I dream about having a baby, it's so weird because I remember not being able to recall my pregnancy (probably because it never happened! haha). Anyhow, when I wake up I get a little sad that I don't have a baby in real life.
i have this!!! i also keep dreaming about a little like 2 year old boy whos called oscar looks the same in every dream and everything haha like last night for example i dreamt i was hugely pregnant (dont know exactly how far gone) but i started to go into labour on a train to devon... and considering i live up north that would be a long train ride in labour!! haha sighh i think they get worse the closer you get to ttc aswell :/ as mine are at least once a week now and i always wake up sad
You're definately not alone on this!! I regularly have dreams involving pregnancy / babies and always wake up feeling sad that I still have quite a wait ahead of me. Broodiness is definately kicking in!!! Xxxx
ur not the only one!
i had just got my baby home from the hospital and in my dream i put her to bed, went to sleep and then she woke me up, in real life i got out my bed and headed to my bedroom door to realise it was a dream and felt so sad
I have had a few dreams. I was always a terrible mother in them and didn't love my child! But the last time, I walked into the nursery after church to get my baby and there he was, and he was perfect, and I loved him.
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