My Hypothesis- gossipgirl3801

  1. Fetal origins 
  2. Babies learn before they are born
  3. The effect that mothers have on their unborn baby
  4. Pregnant women who go through traumatic events are most likely to have children born with the same PTSD.
  5. While inside their mother’s stomach, babies take after their mother in ways such as; recognizing their mom’s voice right away, enjoying the foods their mom ate while pregnant, and experiencing all the trauma their mother did while pregnant with them.
  6. A baby’s learning stage does not start when they are born, it starts at the crucial 9 months they are in their mother’s womb by soaking up everything their mother is saying, eating, and experiencing.

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2 Responses to My Hypothesis- gossipgirl3801

  1. rose1029 says:


    I am very interested in your topic and I have so many questions you could possibly answer. I part of me does think “I doubt it” but I am open to learning, I just want a lot of evidence to support your idea. Is there a specific trimester that this starts to happen. Does the baby actually hear things through the belly? And if so do they even understand it? The only reason they would understand it would be because of some evolutionary reason because it’s not like they’ve learned how to comprehend speech yet.

    I know that there are some who believe that it is just impossible for a baby who hasn’t even been born yet to retain the information that’s overheard while still developing. How come we as people can only begin to remember fragments of our childhood? What age does this start to happen, and when do we start to forget these memories. It is a known fact that therapists will dismiss any claims of memories before birth, most likely due to the lack of evidence.
    I like your thought process here, it makes me want to learn more about the topic and if it is really true what you’re claiming. Each point you make I think you should further address.
    here’s a link to a website called tiny love. It talks more about how playing music to the baby in utero can affect their development. This may help with your research.

    Best of luck with everything!

    • gossipgirl3801 says:

      I also found it interesting but questionable at first and I’m excited to further investigate this topic! Thank you for your feedback and for the provided link to further my research and answer yours and my questions!

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