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When I was young I thought baby's came from storks. So when my brother was being born I asked my mom (after he was born) "Did the stork come?" She looked at me and nodded. I think I got that idea from Dumbo....
i used to believe girls come out of their mother's head and boys come out of their father's head. i believed that till i was 7.
I used to think they cut the mom open, put the full-size baby in, waited nine months and then cut the mom open again to get the baby out.
When I was a VERY young child, I used to believe that babies breathed through their mothers' belly buttons when they were in the womb.
Then when I got a little older, I thought the imbilical cord was their air supply and they wore it on their faces like a fighter pilots mask.
Again when I got older, I thought babies could read their mothers' minds while in the womb.
I used to believe babies came out of the belly button.
I used to believe babies were born through your bellybutton and thats why giving birth hurt so much.
i thought that in order to give birth to a baby two people would go to the hospital, have sex, then a baby would come out a couple minutes later
I am a triplet, and my parents had told us pretty early where babies come from. So when I was very little, I used to believe, even though I couldn't remember it anymore, that inside my mother's stomach it was like in a red cave with tiny furniture. I though that my sibblings and I had lived in there until it got so cramped that the doctors took us out.
I used to believe babies were born with clothes on
When I was younger I was convinced that since I was a girl the next baby my mom would have would be a boy, just to keep it even. Needless to say when my mom got pregnant and had a girl I was in complete shock and confusion. In my anger I yelled at her to return it for a new one, I guess I thought you could make exchanges, and then threw the telephone to the ground.
Babies were born out of the mother's belly button
I used to believe that I was born from an egg and would wonder if I had a hard time pecking put of my egg
I used to believe that a baby is born from the stomach and the only way it would come out was by pooping.
When I was younger, I used to believe that when babies were born, the doctors would untie the moms belly button, take the baby out, and tie her belly button back up.
When babies were born, I used to believe that the only way to tell if it was a boy or girl was to look at the ears. The girls had holes in their ears, the boys didn't.
When I noticed my mother's Cesarian scar and asked her about it she told me that was where the doctors cut her open to take me out but didn't tell me that wasn't how babies were usually born. I had also been told that it was once common for women to die during childbirth. Based on these pieces of information I decided that natural childbirth involved the baby clawing and chewing its way out of its mother, causing lots of damage to her and probably even killing her because it was just a baby and didn't know what it was doing, but this didn't often happen any more because doctors would almost always surgically remove the baby before it did that.
Until I was about 10 or 11, I thought babies were born out of belly buttons. I believed that was why pregnant women had such big belly buttons...so that it would be big enough for the baby to just pop out of when it was ready.
I used to believe that babies came from between/underneath the breasts.
When I was little, my mom told me that she pooped me out in the toilet.
That my dad gave birth to my brothers,and my
my mom had all the girls