Days of our Lives spoilers tease explosive speculation that Kristen DiMera (Stacy Haiduk) rejects her baby daughter Rachel? She’s waited so long to be a mom, why in the world would Kristen refuse to acknowledge that baby Mickey is actually her own baby, Rachel?
Kristen will learn what DOOL viewers have known for what seems like eons—that her baby Rachel did not die. Kristen’s baby was given to Sarah Horton (Linsey Godfrey) after her own baby died. For months the ruse has gone on and on.
That’s all about to change and lives will forever be altered—in unforeseen ways.
Days of our Lives spoilers – The baby switch was a horrible decision which will reverberate for a long time in Salem
It’s bad enough that Xander Kiriakis (Paul Telfer) and Victor Kiriakis (Victor Aniston) decided to switch Sarah and Kristen’s babies while both new moms were still in the hospital after giving birth. But their lie will come back to haunt one of them in a very grievous manner.
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Xander thought he was doing Sarah a favor by doing the baby switch but she’s now rejected him at the alter. She can’t be the mom she thought she was and baby Mickey will surely suffer without Sarah’s presence.
Days of our Lives spoilers – Kristen DiMera learns the truth and can’t handle it
The baby isn’t without a mom however. Kristen will learn the truth and it will rock her world. She has wanted to be a mom in the worst way, and this desire has caused her to do some pretty heinous things in the past.
When Kristen discovers the truth she will be shocked beyond belief. But what she may do next could have jaws dropping.
Days of our Lives spoilers – What’s next in the saga of baby Mickey/Rachel?
Simply put, Kristen may not be able to handle the truth! She’s a DiMera and this comes with a lot of baggage. When Kristen learns that baby Rachel is alive, she could be overcome with the fear that she will cause her baby the same type of pain that she has inflicted on many, many, Salemites, and reject Rachel out of misplaced love.
Will dread and anxiety overtake Kristen and cloud her judgement? Her judgment has been very suspect in the past and there’s no reason to believe it won’t continue to be. She almost became a nun, remember?