Friday, March 20, 2009

Still Dreaming

Last night I had another dream...about my son this time!  

I was at a party and a father who could not take care of his little boy asked me to be his mother.  I was taken aback but in my articulate nature said "seriously?"  (all those degrees and all I can could up with is seriously)  He said "yes" and gave me the child wrapped up like a bunch of roses with one fresh rose sticking out.  When I got back to the party, where my mother was, I said to her "congratulations it's a boy!"  I proceeded to unwrap the package only to find roses.   My heart sank.  This guy quickly came around the corner saying "you have my roses."  He took them and gave me another package.  I opened the new package and inside I didn't find roses, but the tiniest baby boy.  He was like a little parrot though, mimicking me.  I started crying because he was in my arms.  He looked sad and he had bruises on his face, I wondered if something was physically wrong with him and if I made a mistake.  However, the longer I held him the happier he became and the more his imperfections balanced out or became perfect (if you will).  It was like he knew he had a safe place and mother now, so all that was wrong internally and externally could now heal.  

Deep huh?    

Now, to lighten up the mood, since you have seen my thoughts about Baby I's room, I wanted to share Baby Boy's room ideas too.  I've just started the boy collection, so I'm sure there are more to come.  You know I believe in beautiful living!  I guess I should start playing that lotto too!  All this foreshadowing is telling me that Mommy of 2 is in my near future.  

Dang, I hope I start dreaming about a very handsome and wealthy husband (that is mine) next! ;-)  


 

11 comments:

haze said...

Wow! Did you wake up sweating from that dream? I think I would have.

That is a cool boy's room - I love the bunk beds.

kristine said...

First you made me cry - the dream and the little baby getting happier and healthier - oh my gosh!

The rooms are gorgeous! But for a dose of boy reality you might want to post a photo of a monkey water skiing hanging on the walls - oh and Q's latest is to hang up candy bar wrappers whenever he's been lucky enough to get a candy bar.

Robbin said...

Good dream. Definitely mommy of two! I'm thinking three for me....Guess I better get started lol.


Robbin

VALARIE said...

Love them but where have I been? Dreams, boys, and girls, happy...? Okay, I'm game get two kids and join my club! That was some kind of dream what did you eat before you went to sleep?

Single PAP said...

seriously?

VALARIE said...

Tami you may like this copy that I found when I first started the process spacify.com

Anonymous said...

Good dream!
I think you're nesting....You better get ready because a baby (or 2) is in your very near future.
Have a Blessed week.

Sen

Bennett said...

OMG Tammie

You know dreams in my opinion have true meaning......

I can recall two that I have had since starting the adoption process, and now I am adopting two older girls from my original plan which was to bring home a baby girl no older than 12 months, I always think back to the last dream I had of this baby in my arms wrapped in all these blankets, and these older kids surrounding me in a circle, doing something, I can't recall what they were doing, but I had the baby in one arm, and trying to keep them away w/the other arm.... I seriously wonder if that was a dream to tell me that I was not coming home w/a baby, my children would be a bit older............any way, dreams are for real!!!! and all I can say in that in a teasing way....like kids do..

Tammi's having a baby (boy)

LOL

Celeste

Tami said...

Well Celeste...I have the uncanny ability to dream truth through my dreams so I do believe this. I now believe that I am having two children a boy and a girl...maybe twins? Maybe individual at two different times? I don't know but I'm remaining open and trying like heck to prepare my mind, home and pocketbook! LOL

Anna said...

Would the big skelaton head stay on the wall? sorta scarey...

Barbara said...

That is one hell of a long dream... Impressive that you remembered that much detail.