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March 16, 2014

The time my teeth fell out

scarf: discovery   sweater: old navy   jeggings: walmart  boots: dsw 

I think I could wear this scarf everyday.  It has about five different patterns in it so I justify it as appropriate pattern mixing with anything I wear.  

Don't correct me if I'm wrong. 

In other news I had a most real dreams last night where all of my teeth came out.  Addilyn had a rough night and I ended up bringing her in bed next to my so I was dozing on and off and dreamt that it started with my front two teeth being loose and I went to touch them and they just popped right out. 

Slowly all of my other teeth started cracking and falling out of my mouth.  Chris, not surprisingly, was busy eating in my dream and he had a Chipotle wrapper that I was holding all my teeth into as they fell out.  Disturbing to say the least. 

I woke up convinced I had a toothless mouth and was relieved when my teeth didn't wiggle when I touched them.  

My sister told me that means that I feel out of control.  Hmmmm.  Like out of control of Addilyn's sleep the last few days?  Why yes.  But in general I definitely have control issues so who knows.

This isn't the first time I've dreamt about teeth falling out but definitely the most vivid one that I hope is not repeated.   

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21 comments:

Jayme said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I've had dreams where I had teeth fall out before too. Never my entire mouth but at least a handful each time. So strange. At least I'm not the only one!

Cori @ Everyday Enchanted said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I've had the same dream a few times. It's a frightening feeling once you wake up!

PolkaDottyPlace said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

LOVE that scarf; it really does match everything!! I dreamed my teeth fell out through my entire pregnancy and was always waking up in a state of panic feeling for my teeth. Crazy dreams :)

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

That's so crazy Katie because I also had a dream last not about teeth but it was about B's teeth! Like they just kept popping out every hour and there was something wrong with them or something. So weird bc A) I haven't dreamt in FOREVER bc one must get sleep at night in order to dream and 2) Besides the first few weeks of B's life it's strange but I have never dreamt of about it! I told my hubby this morning that I thought dreaming about teeth was good luck and then he said it meant bad financial troubles coming your way! LOL leave it up to him to always tie something to budget/money/finances!

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

**meant dreamt about him

Amber Elliott said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I've had those dreams too! Scary!! Love the scarf!

Robin said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I've had dreams where my teeth fall out as well, they usually come out in all in a row. It's definitely an awful dream!

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love the scarf! such a cute print!

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TheTinyHeart said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I've had a similar dream myself with my teeth falling out. I think it's a fairly common one!

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Helene in Between said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

that's actually a really common dream! do don't worry! but that is no fun! i love that scarf!

Agnes Mayer said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Dreams can definitely be an indicator of how you are feeling. Glad your teeth didn't fall out!!!!!

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Recently Roached said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Glad you still have your pearly whites, friend! :) Hope A's sleeping gets better :(

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CK | My Life, Laughs, and Love said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I cannot tell you how many times I've had a very similar dream! Eery to wake up and feel relief that it isn't real, isn't it?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Whew! :) Happy St. Pattys Day

Meg {henninglove} said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

i have heard that is common dreaming that your teeth were falling out, i don't remember what it means if you dream that but im sure it can be scary to dream that, and i agree hope you don't repeat it!

Denise said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Not a good dream,lol

Valerie said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

You aren't alone! I've had that dream before too-- it freaks me out! That awful feeling where my teeth fall out and disintegrate right out of the gums?! Yep...creepy! (I also have a lot of the "falling off the cliff" dreams where I have to "kick back" to get my balance...and I've been told I kick or twitch physically- oops!
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Angie said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

What a crazy dream!!!

Kristine@thefoleyfam said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

That's so not comforting to hear that it's because you feel out of control :( Seriously I use to dream about my teeth falling out I'd wake up screaming it freaked me out so bad! I.would.die. P.S. My front top four teeth are fake :)

Janna Renee said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I've had weird dreams and slight hallucinations lately! For me, it always happens right before Will is going to be gone for a period of time.

Dr. Gerald Regni said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

You were lucky enough not to experience any painful incident regarding falling out of your teeth, Katie. I had a similar experience and my teeth was loose in a way that when I hit it with my tongue or it moves, it causes a lot of pain. Good thing yours was just a dream. Haha! Remember to frequent trusted clinics to maintain a good oral health okay? Thanks for sharing!

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