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Pregnancy Dreams Are Real — and Sometimes Very Strange

Mom.com Logo By Laura Lambert of Mom.com | Slide 3 of 8: “I had a very vivid dream, about a week before my first was born, that her name would be Miriam Grace,” says Holly Harding, a mother of two in Chico, California. At the time, she didn’t know her baby’s gender, and while the name Miriam Grace was on the shortlist, it was far from a shoe-in. “She was born a few days later, and her name was not in dispute by us after my very telling dream.”

Sometimes they are pretty literal

“I had a very vivid dream, about a week before my first was born, that her name would be Miriam Grace,” says Holly Harding, a mother of two in Chico, California. At the time, she didn’t know her baby’s gender, and while the name Miriam Grace was on the shortlist, it was far from a shoe-in. “She was born a few days later, and her name was not in dispute by us after my very telling dream.”

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