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When i was little my mom told me that God send a flying goose to bring me to her......so 4 the longest time i belived that and everytime my cousin will tell me that it came from my moms stomach i would cry...
My ex-boyfriend (who was in his 20's) thought just because he had twin brothers, it was without question he would father only twins. And he thought pregnancy would happen every time a man and woman had sex. Never heard of a condom or the birth control pill, obviously.
I heard my mother comment to various people that it took her seven years before she had me. I stood my ground when my statement of "my mum was pregant for 7 years" was questioned by friends.
When I wasabout 4 or 5 years old my family and i were at a church event. my mom was talking to a pregnant woman, and i asked why her belly was so big. she then rubbed her belly and said my baby is in here. From that point on I thought she was a horrible woman because she ate her baby. Now that I have kids of my own I realize how silly I was.
I always thought that all girls were born with a little tiny baby in there stomaches, and as they grow, the baby would grow with them and the girls wolud eventually get pregnent.
I've been telling my twin sister this for the longest time.
I used to think that if you look into a pregnent womens belly button you would be able to see the baby inside her tummy.
I was convinced as a kid that babies came out of a woman's belly button. My cousin and I had it all figured out. The baby breathed through a tube through the belly button and when it was grown and ready to come out, it came out through the belly button!
I was five when my mother was pregnant with my little sister. When I asked how that baby "got in her tummy", she explained to me that the daddy has a seed and puts it in the mommy and after a while a baby grows. So for the longest time I pictured my dad at a store picking out the best seed and bringing it home for my mom to eat!
I used 2 think that the female of any animal including humans could give birth to babies wheneva they wanted to without having 2 mate and have sex with a male of the same specie.
In junior high our sex ed teacher told us that sperm could crawl up our legs and still get us pregnant, so we had to make sure to keep our clothes on, whatever the boy was doing with his "thing".
When I was little, I used to think a man got a woman pregnant just by kissing her. I remember watching tv and seeing a woman and man kissing and thinking, "Well, she's gonna have a baby!"
Until *way* after I was old enough to know better, I believed my own "common sense" theory about breast milk. I thought all women had a built-in supply of powdered milk in their nipples, and just produced hot water when they had children... Like a coffeemaker.
when i was very young, i used to think that when you become a woman at age eighteen that you naturally get pregnant. I was horrified and used to cry over this cause i didnt want to have a baby.
my brother when he was 8 his mom my step mother was watching a baby story and my brother asked my stepmom " Wwwwwwwhy is that woman pooping out a baby mommy?" she told him the story
When I was six, my best friend told me how men and women have sex, and that it makes a baby. I thought that the man and the woman had to stay attached like that for the whole time until the baby came.
When I was about 2, my mom was pregnant with my sister, so I began wondering about reproduction. My conclusion was, since when a woman and a man get married they have one child, in order to have another one they had to marry again.
I used to believe that when a man and a woman get marry, then God gives them a beautiful gift that is nothing but a child. I really used to believe like this until my friend said 'without sex, no child'. I love if my believe comes true in the next Universe, just married and a beatiful gift from God is received.
i used to think that woman would get pregnant when a man would put his mouth on the woman's vagina and spit into it. The spit would than transform into a baby. After spitting, the man would than blow air into the woman's uterus (as if it were a balloon) in order to give the baby air to breathe. I thought this was the only reason a woman was so fat when pregnant. I couldn't wait until i was older and got pregnant because i came up with the idea that I could simply have a plastic tube with one end up my vagina and the baby could breathe through the tube. That way i could avoid being fat. I felt incredibly stupid when i realized the truth. i had no idea about male anatomy back then.
My mum always told me that she got me because she bought me from the baby shop.
Being a smart kid who could read at age three has it's disadvantages as well as its benefits.
When I was almost five, reading an encyclopedia that my parents had, the article dealing with pregnancy showed a cross-section diagram of a woman's interior, showing the uterus, the bladder, and the rectum. Since they were grouped in the same picture, I thought they all pertained to pregnancy.
I figured that the mother's first child grew in the uterus, the second child in the bladder, and the third child in the rectum.
Families with four children had me stumped.
Also, my little brain misread the word "muscular" and interpreted it as "musical." I thought unborn babies listened to music while waiting to be born.