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When I was pregant with my 3rd son (about 7 months along) I told his 3 yrd old brother we were going to see a picture of the baby (ultrasound). He very seriously looked at me and asked how many toys the baby had in there to play with.
I used to belive that grown ups had babies by kissing eachother and leaving saliva in the female's mouth, the lady would swallow and have the baby in her stomach. When she was 9 months pregnant and the baby was developed, she'd up-chuck and puke the baby out.
I belived it until I was in primary 3, when we had our first sex ed. class xD
When I was about 5, I used to believe that whenever I pooed, I would have a baby. The women on television had to push a lot to have the babies so it made perfect sense. Every time I went to the bathroom, I would check the toilet for babies...I didn't want to flush my child away!
Everyone tells little kids that babies come from mommy's tummies, so I thought that to get into the mommy's tummy, they had to be eaten...and then of course the mom had to vomit for the baby to come out.
I used to think that when pregnant women were ready to give birth the baby would come out of her belly button. I was shocked and horrified when my older cousin shook her head, and said "they come out of your…." then she covered her mouth and pointed down towards the "real location." For a very long time after that I made sure to tell anyone I could that I was never going to have babies!
When I was younger, my mum told me that babies came out of your belly button. One day ni school all the girls were talking about 'when babies are born' and they all started giggling like mad. Me, as stubborn as I am, stood up and said ''what are you laughing at. Whats so funny about a bellybutton'' Now, this really increased the laughter volume!!
My mom told me when I was about 6 that a woman had cravings when she was pregnant. I thought that if she got what she had a craving for, then she would go into labor. I thought this until I was about 8, and one day I really wanted some potato chips, and I got some out of the pantry and ate them. Shortly after I realized what I had done, and ran to my mom saying that I didn't waant to have a baby!
I have a twin brother and when i was 2 or 3 I was in the waiting room with my mom and a lady came out with a new baby boy. I looked up at my mom and asked "Where is the other one?" I was devastated when she told me babies don't come in pairs! I felt sorry that the baby wouldn't have anyone to play with.
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 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.
I used to believe that when you had a baby, you had to go and pick one out for yourself in heaven before you were born. I worried for ages that I wouldn't have any because I didn't remember choosing one.
I used to believe that a baby would grow in a mothers stomach and be born from her butt via the intestinal track. This seemed logical, because my mother told me that the reason that I like the soft drink Orangina so much is because she drank it when she was pregnant with me.
I thought that babies were born with their eyes closed just like the puppies my dog had, having no family and no reason to think any different I thought this until I was 22!
I used to believe that baby's came out of belly bottons. I imagined when a woman became pregnant her belly botton would be made of metal and it would open like a fancy door in space movies.
When I was little, I thought when you were at your wedding, right after you said "I do", you needed to have a baby.
When I was 3 or 4 I used to believe women would deliver their babies by having the doctor stick is arm down mother's throat into the stomach and pull the baby out the mouth. Than the mother would just walk home with the baby in her arms.
I used to believe that babies were born through the mom's mouth.
Don't know how I came up with that.
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 think when babies were born they climbed out of the mother's stomach in some way (possibly out of the navel) because my mother had told us about the Caesarean section and that we came out that way.
This theory, however, was crushed by my best friend when we were going to start school. She also told me how babies were made. x.x' I remember being disgusted.
Me and my sister used to think that when babies were born, they came out through the anus, and I believed for quite a while that all the babies a mom would have just waited in the stomach, each sleeping on a bunk bed carved into the mom's stomach skin, and they would just kind of slowly roll off the bunk bed every so often, and the moms stomach would grow until she went to a doctor and the doctor would pull the baby out.
So me and my sister would lay on the stairs, pretending to be babies in the mom's stomach, having adventures in "Stomachworld" until the doctor would come and take us.