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Even though they told us in sex-ed all about sperms and eggs and cell reproduction, they never actually told us HOW the sperm got to the egg. I had to figure it out for myself. So until I put the pieces together, when I saw teenagers making rude gestures simulating vaginal intercourse or heard them talking about it, I thought it was just another foreplay activity, and not the actual pregnancy-causing act itself.
I used to believe that anyone that was fat was having a baby. I really, really wanted a baby so I used to eat all the fat off of my family's food (I was 6). I particularly remember eating the fat off of all the pork chops at dinner. I once saw a really fat man at a grocery store and thought he was having a baby. I couldn't understand how the baby would come out of a man.
I used to believe that my teenaged sister was telling the truth that my parents found me in the strawberry patch in our back yard. I remember looking at it very respectfully as a 4-year-old and thinking I had to tread carefully so as not to crush the plants, as I hunted for berries to eat on the sly. Strangely enough, it didn't disturb me to have my (jealous) sister telling me I didn't really belong in the family. I liked strawberries so much it seemed that a strawberry baby was much superior to a normally acquired infant. I felt quite satisfied to be me, and it made complete sense to me, because I REALLY liked strawberries.
When I used to ask my Mom where babies come from she used to tell me from God. That was fine but I would ask how they got into a mother's belly. She would say God put it there. Well I used to hear horror stories about labor and not want to go through the pain so at night I used to pray and say "Dear God, please don't put a baby in my belly, I don't want to go through that pain." Well since, I've learned and have a beatiful baby boy. Now I'm glad he put that baby in my belly!
I used to believe that when a man and woman kissed they were actually having sex. I thought a seed would pass up from the man's stomach, into his mouth & pass it to the woman to swallow!!! I was always terrified of kissing a boy...
when i was littel i thought that the strok was the thing you had sex with adn tehn when you were ready to have a baby. it jsut brought it with it. i never figured out why teh mommy adnm the stork were both pregnant though....
After having my sex talk at like age 8, I used to think that the penetration would occur and the two partners could just carry on with whatever they were doing while the penis was in the vagina... Like when people would slow dance in movies I would always wonder if they were secretly having sex...
I used to wonder how come there is a child birth once immediately after a marriage.I thought some thing is happening (chemical reaction) when the couples hold hands together in the marriage ceremony.
When I was a 4 year ol lad (boy) .I remember I was in the frontroom and I was watching some health channel and some lady was givin birth. I was staring at it and saw her screaming.
Well later I was in bed and I just remember crying real loud and my mum came in. There were tears in my eyes and I was screaming "I DONT WANNA HAVE A BABY! I DONT WANT A BABY!" and my mom was trying to comfort me, but I just kept screaming.
There was a period of time in kindergarten in which both boys and girls from my class were staring at their wrists. We highly wanted to find out how much babies everyone of us would have in future.
It’s about a pad on your palm (the pad which has no fingers). You push it with a finger and let it linger there a little until some small bubble turns up underneath the skin of your wrist. The number of the bubbles is supposed to show the number of your kids in general.
Ok, but it is different about my right and left hand. Should I sum the two numbers? My left wrist sais 1 , but my right one doesn’t seem to have a determined point of view – it is something like 2… 1+2…hm…that’s intriguing…
I used to believe that a seed came out every time I passed urine and that when the time came I would have to save it, plant it and it would grow into a baby - that would certainly save the pain of childbirth wouldn't it!
when I asked where I came from, she said she took me home from a hospital. so i used to think every hospitals "provided" babies for mothers-wanna-be.
When i was little (of course thats how all of these start out) i thought that if pregnat woman went poop then when they pushed for the poop to come out, the baby's head would stick out. Then whenever the woman wiped she would stick the head back in!
I used to believe that children were born when a boys and girls were the same age and they hugged. When my boyfriend tried to hug me i explained to him and he told me the truth. I was a misguided child and i was 12 at the age too!
My young (14years??) nephew thought that fertilised chicken eggs were made by the rooster going around and sitting on the eggs and "injecting" them. My farm-wise son put him right, however he insisted for some time that his mother had agreed this "was probably how it happened". I think that might be a lesson in listening to your children properly.
I used to think that if a woman wanted a baby, all she had to do was take a special pill: pink for girls, blue for boys. After careful thought, I decided that the father's role was to provide moral support.
When I was around 4 or 5, I thought babies came from seeds that daddies put in mommies bellybuttons.
When I was really little, I used to ask my mom how was I born. She simply told me I was picked out of the garbage bins!!! :P
I used to believe that the girl peed out of her, as I used to call it "bachina." So, to have a baby I thought that both the boy and the girl had to have to go to the batroom at the same time. Then, they would pee.
I used to believe that you got married and then the girls just had babies. But you could only have a baby if you were married. I'm 11 and recently found out it's more complicated.