Don't Laugh Guys But I Used To Believe Mommy Layed An Egg And Then I Was Born
Until I was 10, I thought that we were all born from a giant Gardevoir. I played way too much Pokémon.
When I was a child I used to believe that babies were made by storks.
I used to think that when a baby was due to be adopted,
The new parents had to be right there on the spot at the hospital
To whisk it home the moment it was born.
l used to believe storks bring the babies. if stork's beak's blue, then he carrying a baby boy, if it is pink, then it is a baby girl
I used to think women gave birth to babies by vomiting them up -- because they were in their bellies. I never thought how they got in there to begin with.
I used to believe babies were 9 months old when they were born
I used to believe that the babys born in the back part of your body and not in the reproductive system.
When I was a child I use to think that the babies born in a plant
I used to think adopted babies were transplanted into another woman's stomach so she would still the birth mother but not having conceived it.
I used to believe that child arrived in a family from fly
I used to believe that birth and labour happened in a matter of minutes, up to ten. Not that it took hours and hours. I didn’t think it was painful, just a little stressful and that the shots were taken every day to calm you down.
When I was 3, I really wanted a baby sister, since I was kinda lonely. I have an older brother, but he has autism, so I couldn't really communicate with him. Anyway, I used to believe that you could just get a baby from the hospital, like a "baby store" or something. I begged my parents for a sister named Dashalina (which was also what I had named my favorite pink stuffed animal dog), and they asked where we would get it from. I had always said the same thing each time: "from the hospital." My parents jokingly asked if I would steal it from another person, which made me cry, since I felt guilty and sad just from the thought of it. I knew that the hospital wasn't a "baby factory" where babies are manufactured, but it had never occurred to me that the hospitals had to get the baby from somewhere, and that they don't just magically appear out of nowhere. I recall my mom telling me that the baby came from her stomach, and me asking, "how did it get it THERE? Did you eat it?" It wasn't until I was 7 when I discovered sex. I didn't know that sex was how I was born, though, until I was about 8 and a half. And when I was 10, I read this puberty book for girls (it was surprisingly interesting), and I found out that the man's "thingy" has to go into the woman's "thingyhole." I am currently 11 and in 6th grade.
To younger kids: Don't try to rush your life. Being a kid is exciting and you only get this opportunity once. Enjoy life. Have the most fun you can. After this you will never get to do it again.
I used to think that babies were born from the mother's belly button.
Growing up it was my mom, dad, my younger sister and I. At some point I remember asking my mom if she had my sister and our dad had me. I knew there was a difference between boys and girls so it made sense that boys gave birth to boys, and girls gave birth to girls.
I was born via c-section and I used to think that all babies were born via c-section, open the mother's belly they used a chainsaw and a pair of kitchen scissors, and then a baby just jumped out.
I used to think that babies came out of the butt
My mom had a cesarean section when she gave birth to me and my siblings, so I thought all babies were born by the doctors slicing open the mother's stomach and taking out the baby. Strangely, this didn't really frighten me.
When I was little I thought that women got pregnant randomly, and that men had nothing to do with the process of pregnancy. This caused me to believe that I was in no way related to my dad, and he was just some person who we decided to live with.
when I was very young I thought there was no such things as baby's. and that god would build us then just drop us through a hole in the clouds, equipped with a parachute. and we floated down to earth as you were. young...old, what ever.