TwilightxSagaxLover wrote:I think that, like SM has said, that Bella doesn't really like attention so she doesn't really like to over think things when she is around people. She uses her dreams as an outlet to let everything out that she is thinking and puts them together in the way she thinks they work best. She learns things and then she pieces them together and evaluates them in her dreams.
Think of the dream she had after she first met Jacob. She subconsciously pieced together that he was a werewolf, before he even knew it was a possibility. She learned the things about the Cullen's and, although she didn't believe it much, she knew Edward was a Vampire. Her dreams told her that Jacob was a werewolf and that Edward was a Vampire even though she didn't know it in real life.
I think that i don't only speak for myself but for a lot of people when i say, not many people thought anything of the dream that Bella had about Jacob being a werewolf. I myself didn't think it was true until New Moon when he was acting weird and then i was like hey this is kind of similar.
Then when Bella knew she had to protect the child even though she didn't know the child would be hers. She knew the child would be in trouble with the Volturi in some way.
*Bella's dreams tell her the things she can't figure out on her own in real life.
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