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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. :/
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.
when i was little i used to think that when the groom kisses the bride at the wedding was when a woman would get pregnant. i thought this because usually after i attended a wedding, the bride would always end up pregnant afterward....
When I was very young, I believed that women became pregnant just by getting married. It was very disturbing to me when I learned that my widowed great-aunt had a new boyfriend. I figured they would end up married, and something just didn't seem right about a 70-year-old woman having a baby.
As a child, I thought that by getting married, you would be able to have kids and if you weren't married, then you wouldn't be able to have kids.
My logic was this: Since you a man and a woman to make a baby, the only way for them to "connect" was by kissing. And since I knew that the bride & groom kissed at weddings, the saliava in the kiss would mingle and when the lady swallowed it, she would have a baby.
And in case you're wondering, no, I didn't know about "sex", then.
I used to believe that when the bride and groom kissed at the wedding, it was a special kiss and that's how the bride's body knew to become pregnant.
I used to believe that a woman got pregnant by taking a pill that was in her wedding ring, and then she would have as many babies as she was supposed to have. I suppose I was watching "Underdog" with his magic energy pill, and hearing about "birth control pills".
When I was four I thought that RIGHT when a man and a woman got married that the woman just became pregnant out of nowhere. I remember telling my grandma I would never get married.
When I was little I thought that a woman got pregnant when she kissed a man on her wedding day. I thought a seed got shot out of the man into the woman's stomach, where it grew into a baby.
This is actually chronicled in a story I drew as a 5 year old...
I thought when a girl turned 20 she automatically got married to a random guy, and getting married caused her to automatically get pregnant. In my picture book I drew them falling in love, then walking out of the church with her hand on a bulging belly. Wow, I was messed up.
When I was really little, I used to think that you autmoatically got pregnant when you got married.
I never wanted to get married because I didn't want kids. Thankfully, it was all explained to be around the age of 7 or 8.
when I was a child I thought that when a man and a woman got married, when the man kissed his bride the woman became pregnant. That's how I thought babies were made.
When I was little, I thought that a husband and wife immediately went to have sex in a designated area (like a shower) in the same building they were married in on their wedding day.
I used to believe that pregnancy was caused by the kiss at a couples wedding.
I used to believe that when a couple kissed at their wedding, that was when the woman got pregnant.
When i was young, i thought that as soon as you were married, the woman would automatically get pregnant.
I don't recall at what age I learned the truth, but I do remember always thinking that right after a couple got married, they would hug and the woman would leave the alter with a full blown baby bump. I never actually thought of how it came out...but the hug is what got her pregnant, and only after marriage. haha.
I thought to get pregnant that you had to have a wedding and get married to the man you wanted to get pregnant with...thus leading me to believe that my parents got married twice...
When I was younger, I used to think that getting married was how people get pregnant.
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.