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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.
I used to believe that babies where born through your belly button!
I used to believe that when being born, your mom would give birth to an egg, and later you would hatch
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
I used to think that if someone was close to giving birth, it is very dangerous to go to the toilet because you never know when you will poop the baby out together with the poop into to bowl.
I always thought babies came out with poop...therefore the pregnant mothers would sit on the toilet bowl with a net so that it could catch the baby with all the poop! eew?
When I was little I thought that babies came out thier mom's butt. Boy was I wrong!
When I was three my brother was born. Having been the only child till then I decided I didn't like him so I asked my mom if she could go back to the doctor so they could put him back in. I believed that there was a special door in all mommies tummies and the doctors had the key and when the mom wanted to have her child she'd go to the doctor and he'd open the door and take the baby out and that was that. My mom just laughed at me.
wen i was 4, long before my parents explained the birds and the bees, i thought babiescame out through your mouth. i believed that from wen i was 4 till i about 6 and a half.
I used to believe babys came from your belly button.
when i was 4 or 5 i used to believe that babies were born from your belly button.
When I was little, my pregnant mom told us that when it was time for her to have the baby she would be able to pick one out at the hospital. I was so confused but I still believed her even though I knew that there was a baby inside her. So I thought that when she had the baby at the hospital all the babies were put together and the mommies could pick which baby they liked. Then when I saw on T.V. that babies came out from between the legs, I thought that they put the baby back inside the mom and had her push it out.
I used to believe that when women wanted to have babies, their heads would be cut open and the baby would come out through it and then they would be stiched back up. i just didn't want to believe the real way.
I thought women gave birth through some separate passage (not the vagina) that appears and opens up on the front of the belly, and closes and disappears after. I thought this because I know babies came from their mummy's tummy, and some misleading info from my mum, something about a 'cave' opening up...
I used to think that babies came from the moms belly button. I was such a dork.
I used to think that babies popped out of the mothers stomach, through her belly button.
I used to believe that babies came out through the mother's belly and they sewed up the stomach afterwards.
I must have watched a cesarean section on television. Anyway I got the idea that all babies were born by the doctor cutting open the mama's tummy and taking the baby out. When another child suggested a certain body opening that babies came out through, I thought that this person was being horribly disgusting and had a sick sense of humor.
I asked my mom how do people get babies out of their tummy, she said they need to squeeze the baby out like they're pooping. I thought pregnant women have to check the toilet bowl and make sure if the baby is born or not before flushing.
This is not my belief, but my step-cousin's:
When my step-mother was pregnant with my half-sister Alice, my step-cousin was fascinated by the whole affair, and couldn't wait for Alice to come out so she could play with her. Evetually it was explained to my step-cousin that Alice mightn't be able to do all the exciting things she wanted to do with her at first - that, in fact, when she was born, Alice wouldn't even be able to walk.
"That's alright," declared my step-cousin, without much concern. "If she doesn't have any legs, I'll carry her!"