No, Jung was and still is the father of dream interpretation. Everyone else is a take-off from him. Oh, Morton Kelsey. He's an Episcopal priest but he is very good and very clear. Also John Sanford. Other than that, you're going to get into some really weird 'stuff'.
I think 'God' talks to us in dreams. Not all of the time but most of the time. Keep a dream journal. See if you see a pattern to your dreams or if one recurs a lot.
Trying to get rid of the baby could be your concern about your ability to meet your new life/challenges, a longing to go back to 'what was'. After all, the old place and the old routines were 'safer'.
My first ex was in the Army. We moved 13 times in a little over 10 years. I LOVED moving -- each new beginning -- but I also hated leaving the 'old' place behind. At first I thought that was strange. How could I love moving/looking forward to the new place and hate leaving the old place -- both at the same time? Well, of course we can feel both at the same time.
Good luck to you! I'm sure you'll be just fine!!
PS: COULD you be pregnant? Women sometimes dream about being pregnant before they even have a clue that they really are.