If your dreams
are becoming more bizarre than ever, try not to worry. It’s completely normal.
Your dreams simply reflect your day-time thoughts and anxieties about your
baby’s approaching birth and
becoming a mum.
If you have an unpleasant or disturbing dream, share it with your partner, a friend or family member, or your midwife. It may help to talk about it.
While it's impossible to predict what dreams you may have while you are pregnant, there are some images that crop up at certain stages. Read on to find out about some typical third trimester dreams and what they may mean.
normal. Sometimes, you may dream vividly that you’re having a boy or a girl.
After all, you have a 50 per cent chance of being right! At other times, your
dreams about the sex of your child may be vague.
your imagination the opportunity to check out your baby. Some mums-to-be can
see their new baby with surprising clarity. Others worry in their dreams that
their child might inherit a characteristic they don't like.
You can rest assured that such nightmares are typical during this time. However real your dreams seem, they are not predicting the future!
You may spend many waking hours contemplating possible names for your
baby. You may try on family names and fashionable ones for size.
But at night your dreams may suggest, and sometimes demand, other choices. Some cultures believe that names given to them in dreams have special power. You too may find that names arising in a dream hold special meaning for you.
Ask your partner if he's been having some interesting dreams. If he's been dreaming about names too, perhaps you could jot down your dream names together.