My dreams have been vivid since conception. I had prego symptoms from the very beginnging (sore bb's mostly), so I pretty much knew I was pregnant. I keep thinking the dreams will stop but they haven't. This week I dreamt that I was out in the garden and I was eating the dirt (craving dirt too). I dreamt that I got stung by a bee. I woke up my DH because I was whimpering. Last night I dreamt that I was on a water ride at a park but not in the car. I was swimming along the track. And I dreamt that there were leaches in the water and that I lost my 5yr wedding anniversary ring in the water. I dreamt that I found it but the stone was gone. These can be very complex dreams. Once I had a very vivid dream that I was on a trip to Japan and I was nursing my baby at the hotel room. We had the most beautiful girl. She looked like an Anna.
So yeah, I dream a ton and I remember alot of them. I wake up frequently to pee. I doubt I'll be getting a good night's sleep for a long long time.View Thread
My u/s is monday too! I'm super excited. I really hope this LO is healthy.
My EDD is 7/30. My DH and I will both be 35 by then. We plan to find out what we are having. This is our first. We haven't started to discuss names yet. My DH wanted to wait until we find out. I can't wait.View Thread
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