Sunday, 9 August 2009

Nurse claims to have held baby allowing infanticide in her very arms

16 weeks premature child, pronounced dead - was later found alive

more information here can be found about a baby that was born 16 weeks premature, pronounced dead then realised to be alive. One wonders how many mistakes like this can be made? especially in the cases of abortion.

See also here for an article about when life begins.
See also here for an article regarding a child born at 21 weeks and six days into gestation.

Many cases are out there of children born at periods where most abortions are carried out and can be easily found on google.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Tobias Paul Williams

Today Tobias (God is good) Paul (after Leonie's late father) Williams was born. The child you see in the scan image at the top of this page. It was a truely unique experience and a blessing in every part. He was late by 11/12 days and Leonie had to be induced. After contractions started at about 5:30am on the 4th of August, I arrived at the hospital at about 9.30. The contractions increased and increased over time getting more and more painful. To my delight their were cries of God and Jesus, but not in the normal way that people use the words. My wife was reciting scripture as the pains increased. Late in the evening we moved into the delivery room and Leonie was coming to the point where she was completely ready to push. However there was a problem and she was not able to completely open for Tobias to come out. She was then taken into surgery where they carried out an emergency C-Section. I could not comprehend everything that happened in the room. But I did know was that I met a new human being. I had been communicating with him while he was in the womb, but this was so much different that it blows your mind. Why write this on this website you may ask? well my hope with this website is that the scan image above with encourage people to reconsider having an abortion. I know many are waiting to see photos of Tobias and here they are. But I just wanted to say that I have just watched a short clip that has meant so much more to me today than yesterday, yet yesterday I hated its reality. I pray this will speak to your heart and cause you to rise up against this great evil that is spread across the planet.

Please watch the video and then enjoy the photos - Nigel

Saturday, 1 August 2009

A message to anyone who is pro-choice

For those of you who have had an abortion in the past or are considering one now, PLEASE know that forgiveness can be found by getting right with your Creator. Visit here for more details.

Baby born two weeks before the legal abortion limit

quoted from: here

It's the iconic image of the abortion debate - the tiny feet of a baby girl born TWO WEEKS before the legal limit for terminations. But what happened next? For the first time, we tell her inspiring story...

At 18 months old, Amillia Taylor is already entering the terrible twos.

When life doesn't go her way, she stamps her little foot, pushes out her lower lip and makes her demands with a sweet baby lisp.

She is, her parents say with a smile, a 'proper little madam'. But it's a fighting spirit which has served Amillia well.

Because this bright, beguiling toddler was born at just 21 weeks and six days into her gestation - a whole two weeks before the existing abortion cut-off.

Abortion baby

Against all odds: Amillia Taylor's tiny feet in the doctor's hand

She is the world's youngest premature baby ever to survive and the image of her tiny feet poking out between the fingers of a doctor's hand were used to support calls for the lowering of the 24-week legal limit on abortion.

When she arrived, Amillia weighed less than 10oz and was just nine-and-a-half inches long, with skin which tore like rice paper.

But as the debate over lowering the abortion limit raged this week - culminating in Tuesday's Commons vote which vetoed any change in the law - she was playing happily with her dolls, like any other toddler.

The extraordinary story of her battle for life, and the mother who desperately lied to persuade doctors to try to save her, began with an IVF cycle in June 2006.

Teacher Sonja Taylor, married to childhood sweetheart Eddie, had long dreamed of motherhood. The couple, who married in March 1994, spent years saving for a large family home and to finance fertility treatment.

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