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From childhood, upto to a shameful age, I used to believe that babies came out of belly buttons!!!!
I used to think that when babies were born, they come out of women's mouths!!!!
When I was little I used to think that when babies were born they came out of the butt...me and my friend used to argue about it. Of course I thought I was right!
when i was 8 or 9 it finally clicked to me...how are baby's born?? the day my older sister finally answered my mysterious question, i had always figured...'it must be through that belly button ofcourse...'
I used to think that babies came from your belly button!
When I was 5 my little brother made his appearance into the world. My mother had made dinner then gone to lay down on her waterbed. She did not feel well and soon after laying down she yelled for me to come to her, I did. She said "Tell your Daddy that my water broke." I saw water, she was on a waterbed...I knew no better. I walked in to my dad, looked up at him and said "Mommy said her waterbed broke."
I used to believe that when you had a baby, you had to go and pick one out for yourself in heaven before you were born. I worried for ages that I wouldn't have any because I didn't remember choosing one.
I used to believe that when a woman gave birth, the doctor had to cut the belly open and get the baby out, and then sew it back up. Then they had to cut it open again to make sure the mother had enough milk.
when i was 6 yrs old my mom was pregnant with my little brother and we were eating dinner one night and when she started to eat some of her vegetables and she stood up and was all wet so my dad took her to the hospital but only being 6 i thought she peed on her self from eating the vegetables so for a long time i wouldnt eat my veggies cause i thought i was going to pee on my self
I asked my mom when I was little "Where do babies come from?" She politley explained that they lived in momies belly's until they were big enough to come out. I really thought they lived inside of you swing on a swing just waiting until the mommy told them "Ok you can come out now."!
When I was little, my grandma had problems with her stomach and had her stomach cut open a couple of times. Well, since she had kids before, i thought that when you had a kid they shot out of your belly button. I believed this until i was 9 when my mom explained your period.
I use to believe babies came out of girls bottoms
High school field trip to the zoo. Whale with a HUGE erection. Crystal kept screaming "look, look, it's having a baby". We were all to embarassed to explain it to her. It was pretty funny.
I used to believe that when a mum was pregant she would press her belly button and the baby would pop out of it. But she could only do this when her belly had grown.
I used to believe that all pregnant women gave birth to their babies on Labor Day, which was why it was called what it was.
By the time I was going to deliver my first baby, I knew better, of course, but as it happened, I did go into labor on Labor Day.
I used to believe that giving birth was much easier than it apparently is. Like, I recall joking with a friend when I was about five that if his mom had pushed too hard when she was on the toilet that he would have popped out.
I used to believe that pregnant women could sit down on the toilet and accidentally give birth, and it scared me because the baby would likely drown in the water, but also because if it happened to me, I wouldn't want to have to reach into the poopy water for my baby.
My 6 year old little sister once told me that she thought babies came out of their mother's mouth. She even opened her mouth to show me. She was absolutely baffled when I told her that babies did not, in fact, come out of mouths.
I used to believe that a baby is born through stomach.
I had a friend explain to me in the first grade that when a mom gives birth it is actually a surgery that removes the baby from the mommy by cutting off the mommy's head and pulling the baby out of her neck. And then her head is glued back together. Did I mention my friend is an only child?