Originally Answered: Wut type of sick crazy dream.
One doesn't have to be a 'mother' to have a child in a dream. Women, especially, are naturally and biologically based around bearing children, so its not uncommon for women to dream of having children or being a mother even if they are in no way close to being such.
In such a case, the child usually represents an aspect of the dreamer; hopes, dreams, vulnerabilities.
Another thing to remember is that the people in our dreams are either aspects of ourselves or how we think of someone else, not the actual person. In other words, if you dream of your mom, its your mind's idea of your mom, not your actual mom.
To continue, the guide in the dream represents yourself; unsure about where you are going. The animals represent fears (foreign, vicious, angry, dangerous) that you have coming to 'get' you.
The mother gorilla can be interpreted a few different ways: one is to say that it represents 'female-ness', and thus a reflection of yourself that you are not ready to grasp, or it could represent a task that you feel you are 'responsible' for (mother's have a responsibility to their children) and are afraid of facing it. The baby, thus, could represent either the reward-side of the mother-ness factor (being a mother has its responsibilities but also its rewards as well) or the unexpected gift that the responsibility of the mother gorilla brings. The fact that the baby 'changes' means that your perspective changes, from seeing it as something foreign and dangerous to you, to something that is beautiful and wonderful.
the fact that you take your 'baby' to Greece suggests that the baby represents an aspect of yourself that you are only beginning to share. You, of course, are sharing a deeply personal and heartfelt experience and the caressing is a way of reinforcing the bond with your 'son'.
The fight symbolizes that connection in jeopardy. The fight results in your 'son' getting hurt, but it also results in your son falling apart due to something you did, however accidental.
In other words, something that you are afraid of came at you, but instead of being frightened and overwhelmed by it, it turned into something beautiful. As such, you wanted the beautiful part of it to remain, and thus brought it someplace you thought beautiful (or it reminded you of something personally beautiful.) But the incident of the fight makes you worry that it has been put in jeopardy and that, no matter how hard you try, that you will not be able to keep it from falling apart, turning spoiled.
Your mind is simply worried about something unexpectedly beautiful that you have within your grasp.