Where Do Babies Come From?

Did you know that more babies are born in July and August than any other time of year?

Mitch Teemley

Why-Storks-Deliver-BabiesOld Myth: When a lady wants to be a mommy, a stork magically appears overhead with a baby in its beak and drops it into the lady’s house! But if the lady doesn’t want it–poof!–the stork takes it away!

Baby+in+uteroNew Myth: When a lady wants to be a mommy, a funny lump of “tissue” in her tummy magically turns into a baby! But if the lady doesn’t want it–poof!–it turns back into “tissue” and a doctor takes it away!

Myths may change with the times.

But they’re still myths.

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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10 Responses to Where Do Babies Come From?

  1. Great pro-life post, Mitch, and brilliant use of parallelism: http://study.com/academy/lesson/what-is-parallelism-in-literature-definition-examples.html

    The stork myth juxtaposed with the pro-choice “tissue” myth is genius.

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  2. dawnlizjones says:

    LOVE THIS! Please repost this in January!!!!!

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  3. You know my heart on this one… great post! Thank you for speaking up for those who can’t speak for themselves.

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  4. This is one of those things where you read it and it’s so painfully true that it’s, well, painful.

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  5. adammuly says:

    It is so brief, but it lacks nothing. This is so powerful!

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  6. This is great! As someone who struggled with infertility for six years, I completely agree. No magical stork or baby over night here. I wish babies had more value than they seem to at the moment. They are being treated as inconveniences and it’s just too sad. There’s plenty of women struggling or who can’t have their own baby that would love to have one and unfortunately many people can’t adopt because of the high cost. There’s a huge demand and not enough babies so the cost is just too much for most people.

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