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I used to believe that babies came out of your belly button. What else could they possibly be for?
when i was 5, i believed babies were brought by a woman on a motorbike with a sidecar. my cousin was adopted and i was at my aunts house when he was brought to her house and the woman who brought him drove a motorbike with a sidecar. that put an end to my belief in the stork
When I was about 8, my aunt became pregnant. My mom told me at this time, that babies came out of a womans vagina. (Kind of young I think, but, I digress). After seeing my Aunts baby for the first time, I thought about how big it was. I told my mom that I didnt think a baby would fit out of mine when I got older. She assured me that it would. However, she didnt know that I was unaware of the actual "hole" if you will, I thought that all that went to my vagina was my clitoris, and until I was about 12, I thought that when I got older, my baby would come out of it.
I used to believe that you were made of poop because your mom would poop you out in the toilet. It made sense because I didn't know where my poop came from either
A girl I knew in elementary school convinced me that if you were fat enough, you could have a baby through your arm. I never quite understood how it would work, but I believed her.
till the age of 13 i always beleived that women gives birth through her navel. hehe
When I was pregnant with my son my 3 yr old daughter would put her ear to my stomach and say she could hear the baby saying "Open the door, open the door"! I have to tell her this when she grows up.
I caught my Mom off guard one day and she told me babies came out the belly button. I didn't discover the truth until watching a cow give birth a few years later.
When I was little, I used to think that all babies were born boys and the doctors decided who would be girls (then would chop off their weiners). I was wrong (for the most part...).
That you could give birth to what ever you chose (i.e a girl, a boy, twins, triplets)
I used to believe that babies were born through the mom's mouth.
Don't know how I came up with that.
I use t beleive that babies were born through the woman's bellybutton.
I used to believe babies came out of your bellybutton
When I was little, I used to believe that women gave birth through their belly buttons because of a story my mother told me about how I kept pulling on the umbilical cord when she was pregnant with me. She told me that it was like I was trying to peek through her belly button.
I used to think that giving birth was not passing a baby though the birth canal, but waiting until the point where the mother's skin covering her stomach liquefied and bubbled until the baby emerged from the depths. Kinda like a tar pit.
When I was little, I thought that babies came from melons--cantelope, honeydew, watermelons. I thought this was why women squeezed melons at the market; the women who wanted babies would pick the firm melons, while the women who didn't would pick the soft, squishy ones. I also believed that the melons with the babies in them came from pregnant women--hence the round stomach--and that somewhere there was a farm where women birthed melons to be sold at grocery stores.
I used to believe women gave birth through their anuses. So near and yet so far...
i used to believe that babies came out the anal hole until oneday a friend (not really)told me that babies come from the vulva.i made fun of him because that place was (i thought)ad-hoc for pissing
Me and my brother would play "House" when we were little. First we'd have to give birth to the babies. I used to believe that babies just grew inside you when you reached a certain age and that they grew in your stomach. When your stomach was so full of baby that you couldn't eat anything, you pooped the baby out.
When I was little and I asked my mom to explain where babys came from she compared the pain of birth to pooping a watermelon. For a long time I thought that babies were born through the anus. I got realy confused when I saw an episode of a sitcom when a woman was lying on her back to give birth, I thought it would smother the baby!