The Day…

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One day, it came…

…so unexpectedly.

I wasn’t ready, mommy…

…but neither were you.

I was so scared, mommy…

…but so were you.

I faced my fears…

…please do so, too, mommy.

I took one step out into a new place…

…so did you, mommy.

But, what came next was not what I expected…

…neither did you, mommy.

That day I died…

…so did you, mommy.

No matter what, remember that I love you, mommy…

…and I know you really do too, mommy!!!

Abortion hurts both mother and child.

Life matters.

Why I am Pro-Life — The Grumpy Dad

The Walk For Life–West Coast is tomorrow, January 27th. In celebration of this beautiful event I wanted to share why I am pro-life. Abortion is the leading cause of death in the United States. There are studies all over the Internet confirming this and you don’t have to be Catholic to believe the statistics. I […]

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GREAT post! Check it out!

(I’m not catholic, just so you know for certain.)

See the baby, see the child

Below is a fact sheet from planned parenthood. Please check it

Plz. look @ the annual abortions on the visual chart below.babylless_care_no_matter_what

Why am I showing you this? The first chart was for PPH and the second wasn’t for PPH. I fall into the second category.

Now, this isn’t a post throwing all the facts about. Above are a few, but that’s all you’re gonna get. I am going to tell you my own abortion story, to give you a good reason why “I fall into the second category”.

Before I get into this, let me say one thing- Women do have reasons for aborting. I may not comprehend those reasons, I’ve never been through the process. I have never been in their place, their situation, their shoes. So I must make that clear.brothers-457237__340

Before my Mom knew I was inside her, she had a much-needed surgery on her hip. She took some super strong medicine, because the doctor tested and said she was not pregnant.

Then Mom realized – she was pregnant. She went to a doctor. He said that she was. I was not expected to be healthy.

Two very close friends of my Mom advised her to abort me. (Which could be translated as murder.)

“Wow, thanks for your help guys!”; she was thinking. What help was that?

She knew I may not make it. I may be deformed. Still born. She couldn’t say.

But she decided to wait it out. To trust our heavenly Father, Yahuah. To know that what ever happened was His will. To give me a chance.

By now, you know her decision proved fruitful.

I had a compromised immune system; that was pretty much it. Born 2 weeks early, 5 lbs. 2 oz.

I’m here. I’m alive. I’m Healthy.DSC09984

I could have been thrown into a trash-can. I could have lived for a mere few months only to be literally thrown out.

But I wasn’t.

Yet so many are.

In 2014, 652,639 legal induced abortions were reported to the CDC from 49 reporting areas. The abortion rate for 2014 was 12.1 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years, and the abortion ratio was 186 abortions per 1,000 live births.

I could have been a statistic, as so many precious babes. But HalelluYah, I’m not. And I plan to use my life for His glory.

Thanks, Mom.

Thanks, Yahuah.


If it’s a crime to kill a human being, it’s a crime to kill a child. And if it’s a crime to kill a child, it’s a crime to kill a baby. And if it’s a crime to kill a baby, it’s a crime to kill an unborn baby.


Yah’s girl