How did God make everyone else after Adam and Eve?
Here's the answer:
God makes babies to be born from their parents.
Just like God made animals able to have babies, He also gave people the ability to have babies. No longer does God create people from the dust, like Adam, or from a rib, like Eve (Genesis 2:7, 21–22). But God's power is what allows parents to have children. God shaped and formed every one of us together inside our mothers so we could grow and be born. God's perfect plan, from the time of Adam and Eve until now, has been for men and women to get married and have children of their own.
"The Spirit of God has made me. The breath of the Mighty One gives me life" (Job 33:4).
"You created the deepest parts of my being. You put me together inside my mother’s body. How you made me is amazing and wonderful. I praise you for that. What you have done is wonderful. I know that very well. None of my bones was hidden from you when you made me inside my mother’s body. That place was as dark as the deepest parts of the earth. When you were putting me together there, your eyes saw my body even before it was formed. You planned how many days I would live. You wrote down the number of them in your book before I had lived through even one of them" (Psalm 139:13–16).