Welcome to the Lenormand Child card combinations and interpretations! Learn how to combine the Lenormand Child card for general, love, business, money, health and other types of readings. Here is how to combine Child with Heart, Bouquet, Snake, Dog and other cards in your deck.
And, if you would like to learn the card meanings of the Child card, check out the Lenormand Child Meanings post!
I do not recommend that you memorize these card combinations. Their purpose is to let you see what is possible when it comes to combining Lenormand cards. The best way to learn is to practice with your own combinations and see what you can come up with! However, if you get stuck, you can always refer to this list:
Child + Rider: A child who brings news
Child + Clover: Small luck
Child + Ship: Small travels
Child + Home: A children's home
Child + Tree: A new tree
Child + Clouds: Rain showers, a small amount of rain
Child + Snake: A younger individual who is deceptive
Child + Coffin: Negativity which is small in amount but obvious
Child + Bouquet: A beautiful youngster
Child + Scythe: Little accidents
Child + Whip: An active child
Child + Birds: Twin children
Child + Fox: The beginning of a new job
Child + Bear: A baby bear, a teddy bear
Child + Stars: A child Stars
Child + Stork: A newborn
Child + Dog: A puppy
Child + Tower: A small organization
Child + Garden: A child's party
Child + Mountain: A little mountain, such as a hill
Child + Ways: Small choices
Child + Mice: Children's diseases, such as chickenpox, measles etc.
Child + Heart: A new lover
Child + Ring: A child's ring, jewelry
Child + Book: A youngster's secret
Child + Letter: A small letter
Child + Man: A little man
Child + Woman: A female child
Child + Lily: A virgin
Child + Sun: A little sunshine
Child + Moon: Puberty
Child + Key: Something which appears small but is actually significant
Child + Fish: Tiny investments
Child + Anchor: A child's stability
Child + Cross: A youngster's destiny
That's all for the Lenormand Child card combinations. Remember, if you’re reading a Grand Tableau and you’re struggling to interpret what your cards mean in each of the houses, be sure to check out the Grand Tableau Reference!
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