Leslie, I'm sure you don't mind, I decided to start a new thread with your dream. I thought this was quite funny. Stephanie & I have a great friend, Theresa, and once she dreamed she had a litter of kittens! Your dream reminded me of this. I am going to google dream of woman delivering animal or something and see what comes up. It has to mean something! I believe if a dream remains extremely vivid, it definitely has significance.
Also, you are just full of sass & verve. I love it! You are another powerful, creative, entrepreneur, please include a link to your business next time. It inspires me to see women following their dreams (tangible ones!) by having their own businesses.
Julie, I've thought of a different dream I once had which is quite silly and not at all worthy of analysis but still wanted to share ... I can't 'explain' it, but do recall it as vividly as the night I had it over 15 years ago while very pregnant. Like real life, I was nearing the end of my pregnancy but not 100% sure whether I would be delivering a boy or girl but nevertheless sooooo eager to know! Insurance wouldn't cover another sonogram so I had to go with an early report that it was most likely going to be a girl. In the dream I was home in Radford visiting my parents and while in church began to feel serious labor pains ... during "halftime" (goofy dream addition ... what church service has a halftime?!!), I decided it would be best to leave (in reality, I never did like the sermon part anyway hahaha) so off to the hospital we went. While riding in the backseat, I discovered that, like a kangaroo, I actually had a pouch and could actually "peek" inside and know for sure which sex I'd be delivering! Always the adventurous one, I decided to be naughty and sneak a peek. As I opened the pouch and peered in, to my astonishment I saw the cutest but most surprising little thing ... a puppy! As my husband eagerly waited for me to report our child's sex, all I could say is .... "We're going to have ... a beagle!"
added by Julie--since you mentioned beagles, must show you my precious Ryder, dachshund/beagle mix, 1993-2007. I'm going to insert his pic, hopefully will be where it is supposed to be, Ha Ha! Here's my boy.