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I used to think that if you kissed lots, then a baby popped out with clothes on (straight away)
when i was little i used to believed has i was born in a caulig flower
I used to believe babies were born in daddies' bellies.
When I was little I used to believe that when you were born you already had a VERY tiny baby growing inside of you.Every year that baby got a teeny bit bigger. When you wanted the baby to come out you just went to the doctors and they would cut open your stomach and take it out. I believed that all the way up till 4th grade.
When I was a child I used to beleive that children were brought by a stork!! Italians love to tell this story to children....I even remember having a vivid dream about it...ummmm was it real?? :-)
my freind used to think babies came out of microwaves. apparently you put a ready to heat packet in the micro wave set it for two minutes and the baby would be ready to come out.
I used to think that a boy and girl could not have a baby if they were kids
I was around 8 or 9. My mother was pregnant and I had questions! My Dad was doing the best he could explaining everything but he couldn't quite bring himself to tell how the sperm got from the man to the woman.
So, after MANY sessions going into all the anatomical stuff on each side and all the gestational stuff about the baby's progress, I finally got a little impatient and asked the crucial question.
"Dad, I understand all this stuff but HOW DOES THE SPERM GET FROM THE MAN TO THE WOMAN?"
My Dad wasn't generally a smoker but whenever we'd have one of these sessions, he was smoking. After this question he took a drag on that cigarette that consumed about half of it in one go. He said,"Well you know the man and the woman sleep in the same bed and sometimes they roll over on each other ACCIDENTALLY!" He totally ran for cover!
I still smile about this 50 years later.
When I was like 8 years old, I used to believe that babies were born when the egg from the father crawl in the midle of the night and meet up with the egg from the mother which will wait by the side of the bed.
Until i was 8 ... my mother used to tell me that babies came from birds .. n that i was dilivered from a bird in a basket of flowers n baby toys... until then i went to school got older and older and my teacher said they come out of your moms whomb ..ii felt embarased to say that to the teacher ...
I used to think that babies came from the toilet. I thought that a guy and a girl pee in a toilet and then they flush it and then out pops a baby.
when people got married they waltzed around, then would pray for a baby, i don't know how long it took the prayer to be answered, but the baby would come out of the mom's belly button. lol
I never believed in a stork, but I never ever asked my parents (or anyone else either). I just used to think that when a man and woman marry that God just put the baby into the mom. It was magic. Or so I thought.
When i was little i believed that a mommy and daddy went to Wal-mart (my parents loved that store) and they picked out the one they liked,put it in layaway and nine months later it was ready to be picked up! i still have no clue where that came from
well when i was three years old my mom was pregnant and i thought that the baby just sat in her stomach with its mouth open like a baby bird waiting for food to drop into its mouth.
i used to think that if two women had sex they would make a ton of babies...
My cousin used to believe that boys could have babies... basically that when the baby was ready, the penis would peel open like a banana
i used to believe that babies came from outer space when aliens dropped them off in your house.
When I was young my mom conscientiously offered to teach me about sex and the difference between boys and girls. She said that we could look at pictures if it would make explaining things easier. She meant in a medical book. I thought she meant pictures of her and my dad having sex. Needless to say, I was terrified and said no.
I used to think that if a black woman or man and a white woman or man had a baby, it would be Asian.