No matter how advanced medicine is in our country, traces of traditional birth culture are still seen even in cases where modern birth methods are applied and folk beliefs are still valid. Especially in Anatolian folklore, beliefs and practices about birth are very rich. In addition to harmless beliefs such as “unlocking sırasında during birth, çözme unwinding of braided hair”, and sabun giving soap to the beggar,, there are also dangerous practices such as shaking the pregnant woman, turning her head up and turning her in her arms for delivery of the baby during delivery. In addition to the belief that the pregnant woman can be affected by the people she looks after and the food she eats and the food she eats positively or adversely, the same belief connection is established between the baby and the “spouse” or “end” (placenta) of the baby. is not thrown away, often hid or buried in a specific place. For example, the umbilical cord is hidden in the closet or chest so that the child is “domestic”; in the same way, he is buried in the schoolyard to be “smart,, and to the mosque garden to be“ religious ”and anlı faithful”. The belief of the “spouse yaz in the fate of the child is also common. On the basis of the processes such as ”spouse” wrapped in a cloth and buried in a place far away from under the feet, hiding, and being thrown into the water, it is almost like looking at the child with the same eye.