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When I was little I thought babies came out of your belly button. Also, to get pregnent you had to be getting married and when they say "you may now kiss the bride" the sperm would swim from the man's mouth into the woman's.
When I was perhaps about 7 or 8 years old, I thought that when women got married they instantly became pregnant, and so I figured that all I ever had to do to keep from getting pregnant was to never get married.
I used to believe that if a woman put a ring on her left 4th finger, she would get pregnant (you know, get married- instant baby factory!). So when we played house or dress up as kids, I was careful to NEVER put a ring on this finger... so glad it doesn't work that way!
Once i asked my mom how the cat got its kittens. She told me it married a male cat. So i was confused how come cats had babies if they didn't have weddings because i thought that human babies were born only because of weddings :)
I used to believe that when the wedding celebration was finished, they would go to the restroom in the wedding and get pregnant there.
When I was around five or six and I didn't know how babies were made I used to believe that babies were part of a sort of "package deal" that included getting married. You get married and boom! you've got a baby.
For a while I thought that when you got married, at the end of the ceremony the priest would hand the bride a baby. Funny thing is I knew very well my parents were not married.
When I was little, I used to believe that when two people kissed at the alter after they were wedded, that is what would make a woman pregnant. I always wondered how people had more than I child, since they only had one wedding...
When I was a kid, I used to believe that the way a woman got pregnant was from the ring that the man gave to her on their wedding day. The ring would magically make the woman pregnant, and in a couple of weeks, the baby would be born out of the mother's belly button!
I believed that you would automatically have a child as soon as your wedding ended, and to stop that you had to take birth control on the wedding day. But for some reason it didn't occur to me that if that was the case you would have to get married multiple times to have more than one child. ].] [.[
when I was a kid I thought that women got pregnant when they kissed their groom on their wedding day, and I thought that babies came out through the belly button
i used to believe that during weddings when the people hit their wine glasses with the spoon,knife etc. it is their way of making the newly wed kiss and that is their "sex". i used to believe that the kiss is the way the semen would reach the female and after the wedding the bride would be instantly pregnant. HAHA
Up until I was 9, I thought that, for a woman to get pregnant, all she had to do was put on the wedding ring. I thought that there was a magical chemical in the ring that seeped through her skin and made a baby grow in her stomach. When the baby was ready, it would come out...Through her mouth. :/
I used to think that mommy got pregnant when she kissed her husband on their wedding day and the little sperms somehow found their way to her tummy and made a baby. The result of child logic meeting the look who's talking movie.
When i was really young,
my dad told me that kissing
can get you pregnant.
That didn't stop me from
kissing boys.. But then when
i was about 16 years old
(i am now 19), i finally
understood what my dad meant =P silly me!!!
I used to believe that when the preist said "you may kiss the bride" it was how they got pregnant. As if the preist had said a special prayer that when sealed with a kiss God made the bride pregnant, and thus, i used to believe in god.
I used to believe that the way you made babies was on your wedding which was your first kiss and you didn't have a choice of how many babies you had they just came out whenever they did.
I used to think that as soon as you got married and God saw that you were married He would let you have a baby.
When I was young I always pictured the bride and groom kissing at the end of a wedding and then a baby would imediately be born in the church.
When I was younger, I used to think that getting married was how people get pregnant.