Adoption in Dreams

Dreaming of adoption means starting or accepted into a new family. It covers a transition period in your life of uncertainty and acceptance. The adoption process is both tiring and emotionally draining, but the rewards far outweigh everything.

It often involves give a stranger new hope that there are people in the world that care for their well being.

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  1. I had thee most weirdest adoption dream… I dreamed that I just found out that I was an adopted child … And as I confront my current dad which in reality is my real dad he openly explains my birth parent how she was and why I was adoption. Actually woke up wondering if I am adopted lol which this my dad confirms with reply are you mad. So why would I dream about something that is far from the truth.

  2. I’m 19 years old, and I have no boyfriend or girlfriend, So I feel this is irrelevant but…
    Last night I had a dream that I adopted a little girl named Katey, who was about 6 years old.
    We were like two peas in a pod.

    I was almost disappointed to wake up.

    What does this mean?

  3. After nearly 37 years I’ve been reunited with my birth father. The reception by him and his family has been amazing! So much love , affection and acceptance. The first night I slept like a baby and don’t really remember my dreams. Last night I dreamt that my wife and I gave up our two sons for adoption. I woke up in tears. The feeling was so real.. The pain and heaviness in my chest was overwhelming. In the dream we were sitting there with the adoptive parents discussing if they were going to keep their names.. Towards the end I remember just lying on the floor and curling up in the fetal position and weeping as looked at my youngest for the last time.

    1. I dreamed that years ago we had tried to adopt a child named Laurence. His appearance was very vivid in the dream, longish unruly brown hair, dark but not quite black skin, impish grin…I’d recognize him on the street if I saw him, but…I’ve never seen anyone that looked like him before. Anyway, his mother would not sign the papers to release him for adoption, even though she had abandoned him at birth and was a junkie who had been in prison for most of his life and wanted nothing to do with him. Finally his case workers told us to go away and never contact him again because we were upsetting him, so we left, sad and angry. But then in my dream I was called to a local police station/city hall and when I entered a boisterous young man flung himself at me, wrapping his arms and legs around me and hugging me tightly while I staggered, trying to remain upright, and then bounded back. It was Laurence! He was 15 now, and because of government cuts his mom no longer received any benefit payments for him, so she had signed the papers to hand him over to the government completely…but the government would cease receiving any state funds for his support when he turned 16. So he wanted to know if we would mind if he stayed with us till he was 16. I ran outside and told my hubby and kids about this and my husband said, “Stay with us till he’s sixteen? We can do better than that!” and he went back inside with me and my daughters and as the kid respectfully approached him, being wary of men, he said, “We can do better than a place to sleep. How would you like to have a family?” Laurence burst into tears as my hubby embraced him and my daughters joined in the group hug, and then I woke up, and I was crying and wanting to hug my hubby, but he was asleep and had to get up early the next morning. Thing is, we did look into adoption when we were younger, but the caseworker told us flat out that with two exceptional family members and my hubby in the air force and me as a stay at home mom we would not even be considered.