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When I was 3 years old, I gave my mom a crystal-like thing when she was in hospital and prepared to give birth. I told her that if she brings the 'lucky stone' with her when she was giving birth she will born a baby girl because i wanted a sister so much. But she gave birth to a baby boy instead and i was angry because she didn't bring my stone with her.
Already having known how babies are born, my older brother once told me when I was about 9 that the doctor would have to put his penis in me (vaginally) if I was pregnant, because otherwise, the baby would not be able to fit through.
I must have overheard my mother talking about how babies come from your vagina, because I proudly informed my kindergarten class about how babies come from "China".
i used to believe that when you had a child then it wold come out of your mouth
When my daughter was about 3 or 4 we watched a labor and delivery show on tv. As she watched the woman scream and push she asked why she was trying to use the bathroom on the table..After stiffling a laugh I explained that the woman was not using the bathroom but pushing out a baby. My daughter gasped and "oh my god she ate a baby!"
Until I was five or six, I thought that you gave birth from a birthmark. I always wondered how it was possible that I came out of my mother's ankle.
Before i even knew about the three-hole-system, i used to think that a mother would give birth to her child through her butt-hole. because of this, i thought you couldnt poop while you were pregnant and you would have to hold your poo until you had your baby. i didnt want to become pregnant because of this.
my mother was frustrated with me asking how babies were made until she finally sat me down and tried to explain it. She said that when a man and a woman love each other very much and have been married for a long time they go to bed, take off all of their clothes and then ....make love.... then nine months later a baby comes out. (the obvious questions that surrounded what "make love" meant seemed unimportant at the time.) What I could not figure out is HOW the baby came out. My mom told me that when it was time the woman "just knew" and she would push. I asked her if it was like going number two and she said yes. I was satisfied with that answer and she was relieved. But for the next several years I would check the toilet every time she or I had gone to see if there would be a baby in the bowl.
For a long time, I thought that the word "premie" meant a baby born without hair. (I think this was because the Premie Cabbage Patch doll my neighbor had was bald).
Until I reached 13, and sex-ed class explained how it really worked; I believed that somehow babies came out of their mommies belly button. I just couldn't figure out how it opened up.
I always was under the impression as long as i could remember that the only way to deliver babies was from the buttonhole cause that was the only hole in the female's body i had presumed.
when you gave birth i thought the baby came out of your belly button and his amilical cord was conected to your belly botton
I used to believe women give birth to newborns from their anuses while pooping in a toilet.
i used to believe that people were born when you popped a balloon - please dont ask where that came from but it wasnt until i was in year 6 (when we got taught about it) that i actually stopped believing that
i used to believe that when women had babies they just cut their stomach pulled out the baby and sewed it up, with my fear of stiches i vowed never 2 have kids, come to find out my theory wasnt too far fetched since i found out about c-sections
I used to believe that when you were pregnant that u pressed your belly-button and the baby popped out. If only!
I recently went on a holiday with a friend to see her nan, pop and Aunt Angie. Angie has two kids, Ellie (4 yrs old) and Norton (5 yrs old). Ellie has one of those pregnant barbies, where you can spin her big tummy around and a baby is in there. Well, one day, Norton came up to Angie and us holding the pregnant barbie, and asked Angie if that was how him and Ellie were born. We all laughed as Angie replied, "That's right, when I was at the hospital they just flipped my tummy and you were in there!"
In my kindergarten days i believed that girls gave birth to girls and boys gave birth to boys.
that babies were born out of your belly botton, it would just twist back up after the baby was born
I never knew that there was any other way to give birth other than a Caesarean section!!