Beautiful Dreams (loss of spouse ment.)

Beautiful Dreams (loss of spouse ment.)

Joined: July 4th, 2011, 3:21 am

March 25th, 2012, 4:01 pm #1

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.

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Bethlyn
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March 25th, 2012, 4:29 pm #2

my heart feels warm for you and I can tell your dream is one that will become reality so very soon
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Joined: March 25th, 2008, 8:46 pm

March 25th, 2012, 4:34 pm #3

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
Jonathan's name came to me in a whisper as I was waking up the day before they were born. I was planning to name him Aaron James Edward but it literally felt like a voice telling me what his first and middle names should be. Of course then I had to come up with just as special and meaningful a name for his sister and she ironically ended up with the name I had chosen as a little girl but hadn't entertained using in years - Sarah. It was THE right name for her.

I hope your dream girl is just around the corner waiting for you.
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Joined: October 22nd, 2010, 7:15 am

March 25th, 2012, 6:43 pm #4

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
I believe our dreams can be so telling and I am glad that you have found comfort in these.

I think you moving on to be a single mother and to carry out the dreams of you and your husband is wonderful. I wish you the best and I pray that your cycle is a real success and that you will be living out your dream with your baby(ies) very soon!

Hugs!
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thesameboat
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March 25th, 2012, 6:57 pm #5

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
This probably has brought you a great deal of peace and comfort. I hope your dreams come true very soon, CL.

I heard my child's laugh and voice for years before I saw her. I believe.
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LizLA
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March 25th, 2012, 7:04 pm #6

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
When is yout transfer?

Good Luck!
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Mrs. M
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March 25th, 2012, 9:04 pm #7

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
May your dream come true soon!
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Joined: November 27th, 2011, 4:22 pm

March 25th, 2012, 9:37 pm #8

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
Thank you for sharing this... it warms my heart.
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Joined: November 27th, 2011, 4:22 pm

March 25th, 2012, 9:37 pm #9

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
Thank you for sharing this... it warms my heart.
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Joined: October 9th, 2008, 2:53 am

March 26th, 2012, 8:23 am #10

Strangely, I hadn't remembered many dreams since I lost my hubby several months ago. A couple weeks ago, though, I started remembering my dreams and they've often been about my "yet to be born" daughter.

The dreams have been about this female child at varying ages calling me Mom, asking me to make her chicken noodles and dumplings, playing with her in the snow with my black lab, nursing, me being so very tired, arguing with me about TV and clothes, praying, laughing and doing homework at the kitchen table... just snippets from "home life"

In these dreams, she even has a name - a name that I wouldn't have picked. But now I know that when (if?) I have a daughter, this dream name will be her name.

The dreams have been just lovely and have eased my worries/fears about adopting these precious embryos and planning to bea single mom. The transfer is scheduled for the last week in April...

My heart is filled with awe and beautiful, peaceful hope that these dreams of life and love might actually come true... be true.
Your post was lovely CLady. I'm glad you have had this dream
Print it out and keep it safe.
I"m wondering what the name is now
How exciting. Noodles and dumplings sounds fabulas, best to you, THK
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