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When I was little girl, I overhead family members discussing childbirth - how long the labour was, how much pain the woman had, etc. - and I thought I had figured out why the woman had pain: the baby was biting its way out through her body. OUCH!!

Joan Muir
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I used to beleive that when a baby was born, you couldn't touch it because it's skin was so thin that you'd tear it, and it would bleed to death. I heard this from a TV show on discovery channel. I now remember that they were actually talking about some very premature-birthed babies, but the word "premature" was beyond my understanding at the time. So I thought this was the case with all babies. When I said this in 1st Grade, the teacher finally corrected me.

Daniel Muir
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when i was a kid i thought babys came out of peoples bellybuttons and that men could too

anon
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i used to think that when the mom was showiring the baby would just fall out of her butt

butt baby
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When I was little I use to believe that a mom could decide the gender of her baby at birth. I did not know that the ambilical cord was attached to the belly button and i believed that if you wanted a boy you would leave a little bit of the cord and if you wanted a girl you would cut it all off. wow.

Anon
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I used to believe that since babies grew in your stomach,they HAD to come out of your stomach,belly button first.Since my mom told me about the tube in a mothers stomach connecting to your belly button,I believed babies had to come from a mom's stomach.If the mom couldn't tear her stomach open,the doctor had to use a knife.That's why I was scared to death of having a baby,but when I was ten I learned about C Section and that stuff.I never believed they could come out through your legs!After reading the article in a magazine I didn't believe babies were born in between the legs cause I just didn't want to,for like...a month.How could the fit through there??

Absolutely nuts
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i used to believe that women gave birth out of their ears. when i was very young i saw a birth on tv and the baby came out of a flappy opening with hair around it. the only place i had hair was on my head! i carried this image with me and told all my friends about my newly discovered fact!

indi
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I don't know why, but I used to believe that babies were one year old when they were born o_O.

Anon
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When i was little I used to think that babies came from your belly button and I was afraid to get older casue then i would have to have a baby from my belly button.

Sarah
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When I was little I asked my mom how I got out of her stomach and she told me she had a C-section. I didn't understand what that was, and I thought she meant sea section. So until I was about 9, when I found out the true meaning, I thought I was born on a ship.

Mandy
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I used to think a woman gave birth by the doctor cutting her stomach open, i had no idea that there was more than two holes down there...

Sesection
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my grandma told me that babys came out of ure belly button and i belived her

Anon
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i used to believe that me and my two older brothers were all in my mom's womb at once and that her giving birth to us was like a card game.who ever lost first would be out! in other words, my oldest brother wasnt a good card player!

Anon
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When i was 5 i thought babbies came out of your butt, and every time you poop the hole got bigger so you could have a babby.

Amy
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I used to believe that the baby came out of the female's posterior.

StarFanNo.1
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I used to think that when women gave birth the baby would just come directly outta the stomach. Like the stomach would just rip open or something hehe.

Anon
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I was told that I came out of my mom's stomach (which I did-- I was a C-section). I thought that all babies came out of there mother's stomachs. I'm not sure when I learned the truth.

Jessy
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I used to believe that babies where born through your belly button!

no name no name whit
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I used to believe that when being born, your mom would give birth to an egg, and later you would hatch

Becca
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when I was a kid I used to believe that when a baby was born it would come out in parts and you had to put it together. Like you had to collect all the pieces and put them together

Hannah
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