Thursday, April 19, 2007

Crazy Dreams

I can tell when I'm really stressed about something when it infiltrates my dreams. I've been really stressed about Jack's eating. At 21 months I still can't get him to eat any fruit that isn't in baby food form & vegetables have to be hidden in soups & such. I think he is eating a smaller variety of food now than he was at a year old.

So, last night I had a dream that my friend Tirzah gave him a banana and he ate the whole thing. Whenever Trizah sees Jack she offers him fruit & vegetables, in my dream it finally worked.

In the shower this morning I suddenly thought, "oh wow! Jack ate a banana yesterday!!" Then I realized that it was just my dream last night.

Too bad...

5 comments:

Crabby Rangoon said...

I often have dreams like that, too. Lots of realistic things happen in my dreams, so much that they interfere with my daily routine. It's such a pain to spend the day thinking you took out the garbage or cleaned the fridge, only to come home and realize it was only a dream. I think I would rather solve crimes or run from monsters at night.

Good luck with the fruit and veggie problems. Maybe you can get him hooked on Flinstones vitamins instead.

Tirzah said...

It is bound to work one day! I keep trying but leave my cape at home.

matt said...

oh, you know what's worse than crabby's dreams? waking up in the morning and LISTENING to her recount those dreams.

Andi said...

does it sound something like....

so, it was me, but it didn't look like me, but i knew it was me, ya know? and we were in our apartment only we had an indoor pool and a butler, but i still knew it was our apartment...

Kaele said...

We're about to do some major transitioning (moving, jobs, etc.) and I'm having weird and sometimes bad dreams!!! Stress = crazy dreams for me too! That's just no fun! Maybe we can pray we start getting things done in our dreams! Remember when Heidi actually solved a linguistic problem (from her homework) in her dreams?