This is how my DS things his little brother was born.
Not long after we told my 3 year old DS I was pregnant and that he had a little brother growing in my belly he started asking questions. I bought a book that explained the process. His exact question was "Mommy how will my baby brother get out of your belly? Your belly doesn't have any doors!"
I didn't lie to him, but simply told him that when his brother was ready to come out I would go to the hospital and the doctors would help get him out. He was fine with that answer.
Well... after our newest addition came home from the hospital he asked more questions. He specifically wanted to know why the baby had a boo-boo on his belly. I told him that when the baby was in my belly he was connected to me through a cord and once he was born, he was cut from the cord and now it has to heal. I told him that eventually it would fall off and he would have a belly button. He was actually mad at my DH for a little while for cutting the cord and giving his brother a boo-boo. But then I explained to him that he had to in order to get the baby out and that DH helped the doctor. He still didn't forgive DH until the cord stump fell off and he saw everything was okay.
3 weeks later DS is still asking questions and is coming up with his own idea of how his brother got here.
He now seems to think that DH and the doctor pulled the baby out of my belly button using the cord, and then DH cut it. He told this to me like he was telling me some crazy adventure.
Then he asked me if the cord was still in my belly so more babies could climb out.. LOL.
I told him that the cord came out with his baby brother.
He asked what happened to it.
I told him they threw it away at the hospital because it was yucky.
Oh my goodness.
The mind of a three year old.
When he told me his version of how his baby brother got here, he didn't ask me if that is what really happened he said in a matter of fact sort of way.
But my point is... should I correct him or let him keep believing this is what happened?