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March, 2016
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Investigation and insights into “announcing dreams.” This exploration of dreams which are perceived as communication with a “baby-to-be,” reports not only on the dream experiences themselves, but on the impacts of these dreams on pregnant mothers, expectant fathers, and others fortunate enough to experience this unique communication.

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Investigation and insights into “announcing dreams.” This exploration of dreams which are perceived as communication with a “baby-to-be,” reports not only on the dream experiences themselves, but on the impacts of these dreams on pregnant mothers, expectant fathers, and others fortunate enough to experience this unique communication.

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