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taking care of an infant that isn’t mine

I am taking care of a 2-3month old infant girl.. her mother keeps taking off leaving her in my care.. I have her dressed in a blue w/white flower frilly dress with bonnet that for the life of me I can’t seem to get on that baby’s head the way it should go… I see my husband in the like prerifial vision? there but not quite? the mother toward the end is partying with ppl I don’t know… and this child is breast fed I had to keep ‘finding her’ to feed the baby.. toward the last she don’t want to feed it anymore and I ‘magically’ come up with formula/bottle to feed her…….. there also seemed to be this catastrophic thing going on and I had to protect the baby which btw spoke not often but did talk to me and smile a lot every time I’d try to give the baby to it’s mother it would be very upset because as it said
‘mother don’t care about me’ P,S. this dream made me chuckle although I’m curious about what it might all mean I’m not really worried about it

Posted 3 years ago
 
 
 
 

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Interpretation #1

Ask yourself truly of you need a baby. If you have been looking for a baby for quite some time now, it portrays that the time is right for you to take a look and start holding a little one in your arms. However, if you are not looking for a baby, the dream simply means that you may find someone in your life by chance and you are likely to get attached to him/her deeply. This dream is showing that life makes us cross paths with a lot of people knowingly or unknowingly and you need to do the right thing by choosing to believe in the chances.

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Answered By: Annie(1678 points Unconsciousness Hero)
 
 

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