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i thought that babies were made when the bride and groom kissed on their wedding day and that in order to have multible children, a couple had to get married multible times. i once asked my mom why my two older brothers werent the ring bearers when they had me.
when i was little i used to think that when you got married and the man and wife kissed that was when the wife got pregnant. i thought the baby somehow came through the man's mouth, passed into the woman's, and then went into her stomach where it grew. one day i found out this wasn't true when i had an argument with my dad about how he must have been married four times.
Being raised Catholic helped me come up with my own version of "how babies were made". I was convinced (up to age 10) that the ONLY way to become pregnant was to get married in church AND be sprinkled with holy water by the priest. Of course, that explained the first child. What I couldn't come up with was a good explanation on how to get pregnant with a second child WITHOUT having to get married again.
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.
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
I had about a half-understanding of how babies came to be; I knew that a woman had a womb in her lower belly and the baby grew there, but I thought that to get pregnant, a woman must kiss her husband at her wedding, after which time a ladybug from the man (no idea why a ladybug) would meet the ladybug from the woman in her mouth and travel down to the womb and jump into some swirling mass of baby making junk.
In Hinduism, when a lady gets married, she wears a 'mangalsutra', or a thin necklace as a sign of marriage, just like rings in Christianity. I used to believe that's what got them pregnant!
I thought that during a marriage, when the bride and groom kissed each other, it made the bride pregnant
As an only child, I always wanted a baby brother or sister. Once when I was about 6 years old, I asked my mom when her and my dad were going to get married again. She laughed and asked why. I said, "Because I want y'all to have another baby."
Apparently I believed that getting married is how you got pregnant.
I used to think that my dad proposed to my mom because he randomly came over to my mom's house as a stranger, and "found" her, then got down on one knee and proposed. I also used to think that brides would get pregnant once the grooms kissed them at the wedding. This is a really cool site :) what a great idea.
When I was a kid I really believed that you kissed to get married and that the woman became pregnant from the kiss.
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!
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 :)
When I was 5 I thought that a woman got pregnat just by getting married. If you wanted one kid- you got married once. If you wanted two kids- you got married twice.
I thought this because my aunt re-married when I was 5 and she already had one kid from her first marriage. Then after she re-married she was pregnant.
While working out how babies happened I came to the conclusion that something must happen to a womens body when she put on a wedding ring. So when my unmarried aunty had a baby I made my mum squirm by asking how come she had a baby without having the ring on her finger to make her pregnant....
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 when the wedding celebration was finished, they would go to the restroom in the wedding and get pregnant there.
I belived that when you got married, the priest would give the bride a pregnancy-pill at the altar. Then an older boy in the neighbourhood told me what really happened, and I absolutely refused to belive that my parents had done such an awfull thing. When I understood that I had to accept the harsh realities, I was sure that at least they had done it in the bathroom, because of the organs involved..
When I was like 8 I thought I understood how babies came about and how they looked similar to their parents. I knew after marraige came babies and that, to have kids that looked like the daddy too, there had to have been some transaction of something. Alas! The wedding kiss! Yes! when they have that special kiss at the wedding the mans spit gets in the ladies mouth. Yucky! And then the have a baby. But I thought "wait, what about those people have babies BEFORE they get married?" oh.. They musta had that special kiss before they got married. I thought I had it all figured out
When i was about 5 i thought that when you get married, the priest gives the woman a seed that she swallows when saying her vows and then it grows in her tummy and thats how the baby is made.(after that i was petrified of eating watermelon for fear of one growing in my tummy!)