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Post by Deborah on Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:39 am

Last night I had a dream I had had a baby two days ago. I gave birth to her at home with no assistance from anyone, no husband, no midwife, no one. Two days had passed since the birth and I was thinking I should call my mom (irl she's been dead 8 years) and my sister and tell them I had had a baby. I didn't know how much the baby weighed or any of her measurements because I had no scale or measuring tape.

Then a lady I know irl came to visit with her family. I had to chastise my oldest son while they were at my house because he had told that lady's son, Daniel, "I'm better than you." In real life, that lady doesn't have a son named Daniel, and my son David is a very humble guy who would never say anything like that to anyone. David was about 10 in the dream; he's 19 irl and we lived in a townhouse we lived in when he was that age. Also, the lady had previously left a thick paperback novel at my house and I was insistent I return it to her.

The thing that struck me as odd in this dream was I was way more concerned that lady get her book back and my son apologize to her son than I was about my new baby. I adore babies and it's so uncharacteristic of me to treat one as if she weren't important. I don't even remember seeing her face or holding her.


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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by dreamster on Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:22 am

hmmmm...

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by Gissy2 on Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:09 pm


could the dream be about someone else?

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by piano on Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:36 pm

Hi Deborah,

For your discernment, discard what does not fit.

I have not taken the test.

Could this be a dream about a divine deliverance, in contrast to something you are nursing, or nurturing, as in ministry, project etc.

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by Deborah on Sun Nov 07, 2010 4:40 pm

I don't think it's about someone else, I'm not aware of going through any deliverance...I tend to believe this dream has to do with my giftings and how I tend to put other people's needs above my own.

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by dreamster on Sun Nov 07, 2010 11:12 pm

um the baby is ur gifts/calling/function,, tha 2days kood be 2years,, ago,,ur mom kood represent a spiritual authority in ur life,,u dont kno the scale of ur gifts,, no way 2 measure at this point,, i think ur baby is about u,, an the lack of assistance is pik of the way it has been 4 u,, ugh, ,,, im not sure about the rest,, flower D

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by Deborah on Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:34 am

Thanks, Dreamster! "No way to measure" could be "no way to record"--I've run into a roadblock lately trying to record my music I've written, thumbs so you're on the right track!

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by dreamster on Mon Nov 08, 2010 9:54 am

flower beats bein off the rails,,

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by Deborah on Mon Nov 08, 2010 3:21 pm

rofl Yep! thumbs No derailment here! Derangement maybe, but not derailment. laugh

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by dreamster on Tue Nov 09, 2010 1:29 am

flower home,,,home on de range....

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by Deborah on Tue Nov 09, 2010 6:34 am

rofl Totally off the subject here, but I'm reminded of a Far Side cartoon where two cows are home on the range, munching on grass in their pasture, and one cow looks at the other with a funny look on her face and says, "I just heard a discouraging word."

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by dreamster on Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:59 am

lol! ,,soo ur sayin im outstandin in ma feild???

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by lola21st on Tue Nov 09, 2010 11:17 am

One thing that stands out in this dream for me is that you birthed the baby by yourself and waited before letting anyone know and that you didn't have any information regarding the baby's vitals. I think the baby is related to the music that you are birthing. You'd recently said that circumstances are such that you're encountering obstacles to get your music recorded and that you're tempted to get the equipment yourself so that you can record it yourself, unassisted. I think the dream is showing you that you should move with caution in doing this - not that you shouldn't do it, but be alert so that you have all the VITAL information related to the song secured. (Is your music copyrighted?)

I also thought the need to give the woman her book was connected to putting others needs above your own, but to the point where you end up neglecting your responsibilities.

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by Deborah on Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:13 pm

Thanks, Lola! As far as I know, I can't copyright until have the song recorded, but I think the alertness has to do with making sure I know what I'm buying if I buy my own equipment. One of my piano students is studying to become a recording engineer, so I'm hoping he can put me on the right track. I have several other songs I want to record besides just this one so it would be so nice to have my own equipment.
I just had a revelation just now as I was typing: I somehow knew I had birthed a girl in the dream; the song is called "Daddy's Girl Waltz."

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Re: Home-birthed baby ignored

Post by lola21st on Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:19 pm

:coool: :praiseg-d:

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