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Dream that my mom gave birth to a dead baby?

Dream that my mom gave birth to a dead baby? Topic: Shell case switch
June 26, 2019 / By Lawanda
Question: At the beginning of my dream these two guys I know where fighting outside McDonald's and I was trying to record . My grandma randomly showed up and she fell on the ground , instead of helping her I stood on her so I could get a better angle of the fight ?! The next part of my dream switched and me and my family were at the hospital and my mom was pregnant and in labor . She seemed to be having a hard time ? The nurses then said we needed to pack up all of her stuff and take her to the hotel down the street called the marriott so she could deliver . Everybody seemed to know something except me because I kept asking why we ha to go there because none of my other family had to when they were having there babies and I remember my uncle looking at my aunt and saying "shell figure it out" . Well my mom needed to go to the restroom so I helped her . Out of nowhere she's in the bathtub having her baby . It didn't have water or anything though . She was screaming for the doctor and I was just watching while she had a baby in the tub . The baby was scooted off to the side with blood around it and it was dead . Then I started crying and yelling . I was saying that now I know why we went to the hotel , it was because thats where they sent you when you were gonna have a dead baby . Then I woke up crying . What can this mean ?! I know it's really long , but I wanted to share every single detail because I NEVER have dreams like this and I'm really wondering why I did ?
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Jodi Jodi | 3 days ago
Im not saying that your dream is right because generally dreams like this arnt right, its just your minds way of preparing for something. I had a very similar dream to you and later found some relative news out, this may be the case for you. Take notice of your dreams but don't take them to heart to much. Generally its a message that your getting that is some how relative to your dream. Chances are you'll find out soon that your grandparent slipped over in a McDonald's or something, You probably wont get bad news about the baby.
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Jodi Originally Answered: Dream that my mom gave birth to a dead baby?
Im not saying that your dream is right because generally dreams like this arnt right, its just your minds way of preparing for something. I had a very similar dream to you and later found some relative news out, this may be the case for you. Take notice of your dreams but don't take them to heart to much. Generally its a message that your getting that is some how relative to your dream. Chances are you'll find out soon that your grandparent slipped over in a McDonald's or something, You probably wont get bad news about the baby.
Jodi Originally Answered: Dream that my mom gave birth to a dead baby?
You are worried about something. Many pregnant women dream that the baby dies, is deformed, lost, etc. when I am stressed, I always have horrific dreams about being chased in the dark

Gale Gale
You are worried about something. Many pregnant women dream that the baby dies, is deformed, lost, etc. when I am stressed, I always have horrific dreams about being chased in the dark
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Gale Originally Answered: If I gave my baby up for adoption, how could I find a vegetarian family who would raise my baby vegetarian?
Your concern for your childs future dietry issues intimates to me you're interested in the child and it's future. You're obviously a person who cares for animals to the extent you won't eat them, so I don't see you giving up this child at all. There is also a direct reference to the child make the choice for themselves, specifically ten years old. I don't know how old you are, what your situation is but you might want to consider keeping your child instead of pre occuping yourself with what she or he may or may not eat in your absence. Is there a part of you that wants to leave something of you with the child, vegetarianism is huge thing but it won't replace you. Another mother will replace you and she maybe a vegetarian but she may have other POV's she will impose on your baby that you might not be okay with. Lets face it being a Vegie is not just about diet is it? It's a political view. A lifestyle. Specifically your lifestyle. I say you think about this a bit longer. Being a mother is frightening and I know money is an issue, but it's also a rewarding and challenging AND AMAZING. If you already have your baby in your arms and you're scared you're not doing a good job or just can't do the job, get some help, some advice before you make the decison to give up your child trsut me there's more to this than what your baby is going to eat. Please know new mothers feel always feel afraid, it's normal. Don't be scared. If you're pregnant now and terrified and perhaps for personal reasons believe you won't do a good job, this is also normal. It doesn't mean anything. When you give birth and you're holding your child you will feel very differently about adoption. If you have already given birth and don't feel connected this is a post natal thing and it would not be wise to give up your child while you feel like this. If you're single and think you can't do it on your own, you're not on your own, you have a child and they've never done this before either, so you can show each other. Whatever you decide I wish you all the best. It's not easy to give up a child, I'm sure you have good reasons to consider it as an alternative, just also consider what I've written here. Perhaps you're the best vegetarian to raise this child.
Gale Originally Answered: If I gave my baby up for adoption, how could I find a vegetarian family who would raise my baby vegetarian?
Well that would just have to be a requirement no different then if someone wanted their child placed in a family that is the same religious faith as them. Other questions would be would you accept a family that was Vegan or a family where someone was a vegetarian but maybe not the entire household. My Aunt is a vegetarian but her husband and son(7) are not. My niece became a vegan about 2 years ago but her mom, dad and brother are not. Also remember that you’re not going to be there to see if they are honoring their promise to you. Even if you had an open adoption an open adoption is not – co-parenting. Once that child is legally adopted you have no say in how their parents raise them.

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