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When I was born my mother had to have a c-section. For years I didn't know what c-section was. I remember one day I saw her scar on her stomach. I thought the only way for the baby to come out was the doctor had to cut the mommy's stomach open and take the baby out.
my m8 used 2 believe that he came out of his moms belly button wen he was born. lol
In sixth grade somehow the topic of babies came up. My teacher was saying something about how the father had to catch the baby when a boy named Ralph raised his hand.
"Yes?" Said the teacher.
"Why does the dad have to catch it?"
The teacher looked at him kind of puzzed for a moment, and before he could answer Ralph continued--
"Does it shoot out like a football or something?"
When I was three years old my mom was pregnant. The doctor and everyone thought the baby was going to be a boy. But my mom gave birth to a girl. When I heard that I said "Well, it can still be a boy."
This ones for my little sister. util abut her late 20's she belived that labor day is when everyone went in to lobour
I used to believe when ppl had babies and died in labor they thought their kid was ugly and didnt want to be seen with it so they died.
When I was little I used to believe that when a lady was ready to have her baby that it came out of her mouth! Then I thought, well hey, it must have been easy for my mom because she has a big mouth!
I use to think taht anyone could get pregnant and have a baby. So one day I decided that my mom gave birth to my dad and my dad gave birth to my sister, my sister gave birth to my brother (even though he was the oldest), and my brother gave birth to me. It made me happy to think my brother was my life giver... But thinking back.. That bit is VERY scary.
I used to believe that women gave birth to girls and Men gave birth to boys
I used to beleive that when a woman had a baby, it came out of hear anus and a man could have babies too. Pretty disgusting really.
I was three at the time my sister was born and therefore years later my mother's pregnancy became quite fuzzy to me. In the third grade my teacher started talking about how sometimes doctors have to cut open a mommy's stomach to get the baby out. This combined with distant memories of my mother being in a room with jelly on her stomach (like when you get an ultrasound), I believed that they cut my baby sister out of my mother's stomach and rubbed magic jelly on her so it would heal without stitches...
I used to believe that when a woman had a baby the doctor had to use the needle from a safety pin to poke holes in her nipples in order for her to breast feed the new baby.
since my niece knows that women have babies in hospitals, she believes that they go there stand on line and wait to pick out their babies
At our local 'toys r us' there was a section called 'babies r us' just before my sister was born my patrents seemed to spend alot of time in that section, and when she was born they were telling everyone how she was 10 pounds. So i figured babies came from a big factory that had a conveyor belt, u were slowly put togetther by machines, then they sent u to Toys r us where u were bought. Weird huh
My grandma has has a lot of children, and a lot of scars. When I first saw her stomach when I was at the age of 5-7, its when I first believed that there HAD to be another way than that old stork story. So then I believed that to have a baby, you would kiss, be pregnant, and then go to the hospital. Then you would have to get your stomach cut open. I believed it wouldnt hurt. After than, they opened it up like a door, and took the baby out. I thought it would look like a hot water bottle-one of those things you put on your stomach when you have a stomach ache- So after getting the baby water bottle out, you had to sit on it, and eventually it would hatch and turn into a baby!
I used to belive that when a woman is giving birth, the baby goes out through the belly button.
I used to believe that when the baby was ready to come u just have to pee and the baby would come out.
when i was about 4, i thought women give birth to girls while men give birth to boys.
I used to believe that babies came out of your nose
i always thought that if a woman was pregnat the doctor would cut open there stomach and sew it together and i vowed to myself that i would NEVER get pregnat