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Expectant Mum Catches Toddler 'Giving Birth' After Watching All Her Pregnancy Videos

Expectant Mum Catches Toddler 'Giving Birth' After Watching All Her Pregnancy Videos

​Adelaide was caught by her mum Christi on her bed 'giving birth' after the tot had watched all of her mums pregnancy DVD's.

Mark Cunliffe

Mark Cunliffe

An expectant mum caught her toddler 'giving birth' having watched all of her pregnancy DVDs and it is adorable.

Most of the time the idea of where babies come from is a mystery to young children but this tot seems to know exactly where they come from.

Adelaide is due to become a big sister and her mum's second pregnancy is really becoming a labour of love, as she demonstrated at their home in Texas.

Mum Christi could hear panting and moaning coming from Adelaide's bedroom and when she peeped in she saw her four-year-old daughter lying back on the bed.

After a few more seconds of panting, Adelaide produces a teddy bear from underneath her T-shirt as though she has given birth before returning to her bed.

Christi, who is 14 weeks pregnant with her and husband Joshua's second child, said: "This was just the cutest thing ever.

"She will do this for the entire day.

"She absolutely loves having baby in belly like mommy does.


"This is the first time I have seen her mimic labour, but I am sure it won't be the last.

"She has been interested in everything pregnancy related and it has been so cool.

"Adelaide started school and one of her teachers was pregnant, so the interest sparked there.

"Now she loves seeing videos of parents having babies."

Adelaide was diagnosed as hard of hearing late on, so her American Sign Language (ASL) abilities are not fully developed.


Christi said: "One of the biggest blessings of this experience is being able to teach Adelaide about pregnancy and babies.

"It is so adorable watching her become excited for what is going to happen.

"Because her speech and ASL isn't at a point where she can relay back what she is learning, watching her act it out is how I know she is grasping what we are teaching her.

"Now, we can only hope my labour is as quick and simple, maybe without the llama at the end though."

Featured Image Credit: Caters

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