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When I was younger I used to beleive that to have a baby a woman had to wish for it and if she was lucky she would get pregnant and that at the birth it would pop out of her belly button
I once asked a friend if test-tube babies had bellybuttons or not.
I was eighteen years old.
when i was ittle i live on a barn and there was this rooster mating with a hen and when they do "that" the rooster plucks the hens feathers out(i have no idea why) and on the same day my mom said she might me pregnent and i started crying and i was really mad at my dad so my mom talked to me and she bursted out laughing because i thought my dad was going to rip all of my mom's hair out!
i was told it was the stork
When I was about 5, I believed that if you put your arm around your friend's shoulders, you'd have a one-armed baby when you grow up. I spent hours praying to God everytime I forgot and put my arm around my friends. I used to throw fits when people interrupted me because it meant I had to start my prayer all over again - I got interrupted a lot. I'm 24 now and my family members still use the story as a trump card to win any and all arguments with me.
that when a woman wanted a baby she had to press her tummy button every day to make her tummy get bigger as the baby grew then when she thought the baby was ready she pushed her belly button really hard and the baby just appeared in her arms
Not understanding that women could have children out of wed lock my brother once asked his Chinese friend who's mother had just had a baby but wasnt with the father "how much did you pay for your sister"
when i was a kid, one of the elders used to tell that i was born due to reproduction . I used to feel so bad. i used to see that elder guy in a bad sense. Actually i didn't know how was i born. I had some kind of feeling that i just came in this earth. Now when i remember those days i feel like laughing. Still we don't say to kids the actual reason abt. how they are in this world. We just say they are the gift of god. Later they gonna know theirself.
I come from India, where talking about sex is considered highly taboo. In my school, there was nothing called sex or health education. So when I moved to an American school in the 6th grade, I was shocked to hear the other kids (who were quite half-knowledgable) talking about periods and sex, which I had never heard of or even wondered about before. Being an only child, I didn't even have to face the question of where do babies come from. Tired of being teased by my peers, I went to the library and took out a book for kids, which showed the biological process of the sperm meeting the egg and the cycle of ovulation. I still didn't get the sex part, and thought that when things got hot between a couple, the sperm (which I assumed to be the tiniest-- as mentioned in the book-- little invisible dust particles) jumped from the man and into the woman's body to impregnate her!! I had no clue about the vaginal hole either!!
i used to believe that babies came from the space in between a womans breasts, and that if there was a space, they had kids....lol
i used to believe that the male babies came from women and the female babies came from men.
When I was four my sister said that my parents found me under a rock on a rainy day ,and they heard a baby crying.She also said that if it wasn't for her telling my parents to get me they would have left me there.
I used to believe that children were bought at the hospital and not borne
when i was 6 - 9 i asked my mom "mom, where do babies come from?". parents like hiding secrets from you so they told me that......when parents kiss a tiny egg comes from the boy and goes in the girls mouth. then the egg hatches and becomes a baby.i believed this for a couple of years but then i started wondering " why do people make out all the time and never have a baby?" .... everything got straightened out after i took puberty class
I was always told that a baby comes from people sleeping together. When our pet dog became pregant I was really afraid that the puppies would be born with my face. After all I "slept" (as in ..zzzz) with our dog many times.
When I was about six I overheard my dad telling my brother about sex. I just remember standing there with my hand on my stomach, thinking, "I have *eggs* in there? Can I break them if I jump? Do I have to lay them? How do they come out?"
When i was little i always thot if i kissed a boy i would have a baby
When I was little i asked my mom "where do babies come from?", they can come out, but how do they get in.. she said "well.. daddy and I hug a lot and then a baby will grow out of an egg" I started to think but i thought it was a bit weird to hug and then make an egg.. out of wood I imagined.. and then put it into her belly through the bellybutton.. I believed it for quite a while
when i was young and far from the concept of babies, i arrived at my own conclusion and even explained to my mom -" in my opinion there must be something in the wedding neckband(in hindu culture we use the neckband instead of the ring) which actually causes the woman to bear babies. otherwise why on earth would woman become pregnant only after they are born ".
my mom just laughed diminishing my enthusiasm to publish my findings!
when i was a child,i didn't know how to be born.
I asked my parent that. They always said "We had
gotten you under the bridge".So I had known they aren't my parents after 3years.
!!! Language of my country is bridge and leg are same pronunciation.