Where do babies come from? A G/PG rated render challenge

The basic idea of the challenge is to create an image to satisfy a question that many kids have asked their patents.  It could be a stork with a baby render.  It has to be rated G but PG is okay too.

I have been thinking about it since I once visited my brother and was talking to my sister in law about one day hoping to have kids without thinking that my seven year old nephew was in the back seat listening.  He asked where do babies come from.

actually it started before then when I took an anthropologist class at school and an anthropologist asked a native of somewhere the question where do babies come from.  The native answered the way he would answer a kid asking same question.

What were you told as a kid when you asked where do babies come from?  If you are a parent or been asked by a kid, how did you respond.

This is meant to render stories to keep a seven year old quiet until he (or she) is much older.

Comments

  • I have no way to render it, but I can tell you what I told mine if you like :D

  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 10,339

    When I was very little I remember being told the usual 'found under a cabbage leave' story and the 'stork flew me' in from the other but I don't remember which parent told me which story. I didn't actually find out though until I became interested in becoming a doctor in 6th grade though and checked out layman's medical science books.

  • Charlie JudgeCharlie Judge Posts: 7,107
    edited October 2018

    An old one I made a few years ago

     

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  • 3dcheapskate3dcheapskate Posts: 1,820
    edited October 2018

    Well, if I recall correctly girls are made from sugar and spice and all things nice, whereas boys are made from slugs and snails and puppy dogs tails.

    I wonder how those production lines would look/work? (I can't imagine a PG render of the latter)

     

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