Last night I could not stop tossing and turning. I could not get the idea of being pregnant out of my head. I am such a failure, how in the world could I get pregnant. It didn’t really sink in until I started feeling the baby(s) kick in my stomach. Well turn out its only one baby. I don’t know who the dad could be. I made a list of all the guys that I supposedly hooked up with but the crazy thing is I’m still a virgin. I have yet to have sex so ….. how in the world can I be pregnant. But there is this guy… he’s really sweet and he accepts the fact that I am pregnant and wants to be with me. He helps me out a lot and doesn’t judge me for my mistakes. I plan on keeping the baby and I fall in love with it more and more every day. I keep seeing the baby’s footprint through my stomach. I pray that its a girl so I can have a mini me. She will be the most beautiful thing in the entire world. “Do you want donuts?”…. I start tossing and turning around and I keep hearing someone say “Do you want donuts?” I hate being waken out of my slumber….. Yup it was all a dream ( My biggie voice). I woke up and said a quick prayer because there is no way I want to be pregnant at the age of 23, 24, 25, or 26.
I wish I knew a Daniel ( he’s a guy from the bible that intercepted dreams ). Well since I don’t know a Daniel I used good old google. Well according to google dreams about being pregnant is very common dream at bedtime for women.
What do dreams about being pregnant mean?
“At its core, this dream is about creativity,” Mead says. “Women literally create new life out of their bodies. If you dream of being pregnant, you are likely craving time to be creative, or ‘dreaming up’ a new and exciting creative project that will come into existence down the line. This could be as small as a home-based renovation project or a large-scale artistic work.”
What can I learn about myself from dreaming about being pregnant?
“Pregnancy dreams are often multi-layered and speak about something inside — represented by the fetus — that has not yet been acknowledged or presented to the world,” Mead says. “I find that people who have disowned goals and desires often dream of pregnancies. For example, someone who might have wanted to act, but chose the safe path of being a lawyer, may be plagued with pregnancy dreams until he or she takes steps to at least connect with that earlier passion.”
Well I am just happy that it was just a dream. God knows I am the last person that should be pregnant.