Skip to comments.12 WEEK OLD BABY WALKS IN THE WOMB!
Posted on 06/28/2004 1:31:10 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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From Judge Hamilton's ruling.
f. Maternal and Fetal Health Concerns Finally, plaintiffs presented evidence that for certain women or certain fetuses, an intact D&E may be the best option for their particular health situation. See, e.g., Tr. Vol. 11 at 1762:8-25 (Chasen, noting that intact D&E is the quickest and therefore the safest procedure for these women); see also Tr. Vol. 6 at 943:4-944:19 (government witness Bowes, testifying that doctors should be allowed to use their judgment in determining whether any particular procedure is in a patients best interest, including intact D&E).
It's a new baby dance call the "Womb Walk".
How people can continue to support such barbarity is beyond me.
You just GOTTA see the video if you haven't.
I was surprised - and glad - that the very end of the news segment said that this video is 'sure to open the public debate about abortion'.
It was also great to hear and see how excited both the MSNBC announcers and the BBC announcer were about these remarkable pictures.
I pray that the bubble of self-deception in the public mind about abortion is breaking.
Great pics bump.
"Unviable Tissue Mass" bump
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These images are amazing! Thanks so much for the ping... I'll ping my list here also.
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Although Cesarean births are necessary some times, a baby is better off being squeezed through the birth canal. This process does something to form his body and head correctly.
Not that a C-section kid will have problems cause he/she didn't get the "big squeeze."
But the reason for my post is because of the comment that the kid comes out cross.
First of all, I imagine it is just a flippant comment, but it is amazing the difference between my two son's gestation and births.
The first one was always moving and kicking keeping busy. It was quite difficult for my wife.
When he came out he was a little drugged because of the pain relief his Mother decided to use.
But it wasn't long before he started getting mobile.
When he was just a few months old, and we didn't expect him to be able to move across the bed he did...and landed on the floor!
Needless to say he was a very curious and busy boy.
My second son during gestation was very mellow, and didn't move much. Smooth pregnancy for his mother.
He was born at home (a cabin in the Santa Cruz Mountains) with an ob/gyn and his wife a nutritionist in attendance.
I got a little anxious, as I could see the kids hair when they arrived!
I could have handled it if I had to , I had been at about 3 births before that with no doctors or midwifes in attendance.
Well to wrap it up, this second son...when he came out...he was mellow and quiet and smiling.
Quite a contrast.
Now my daughter's birth...LOL just kidding, I won't go into that one now...
I don't expect to see this in any of the major media here. They will have to answer for this some day.
Dear God, the video is so beautiful!
Even the BBC reporter had to close by saying, "this will reopen the debate regarding abortion."
Please forward the above link to as many people as possible!
(Make sure you tell people that they'll have to sit through a 15 second "Red Zone" deodorant commercial before the video begins, which seems sacrilegious, to say the least).
It's not true, because they steal our children away from us in the government reeducation centers.
I'm sure Michael Moore will bankroll a film exposing this grave injustice. Can't you picture him chasing abortionists to their cars waving a portable DVD player in their faces showing this video? OK, maybe not.
Mel Gibson on the other hand... Mel, are you out there?
And how many women in that class have gone on to have abortions, partly due to that teacher's actions? Tragic. Hopefully, he'll see the video and repent.
We have been led to believe that at 12 weeks, the unborn child is nothing but a blob of uninterpretable flesh. Guess what, scientists can be wrong.
I talked to a doctor who did 3D ultrasounds for a crisis pregnancy center. He said 85% of the women who see their babies choose not to abort them, compared to 15% of the women who receive simple counseling alone.
4D ultrasounds will undoubtedly boost those numbers, and word is sure to get out on the street. But CPC's need money to buy this equipment...
Mel Gibson on the other hand... Mel, are you out there?
Someone needs to give the abortion industry the Michael Moore treatment. They are scum from their polished talking heads to their money-grubbing butchers. I hope Mel or someone equally enterprising will do such a big-screen expose. The small screen tends to get gauzed in sanitized terms and sensivity filtering.
I would be just as happy if this doctor didn't get a clear view of his prey.
The teacher was an e-lite she. Thank God I went to a small school, so she couldn't corrupt too many kids for the years she was there. But I was ridiculed for my belief that every life was special and deserved a chance.
This is a well-thought-out response, so please, no flames. Any flames will be ignored, because I have no desire to fight.
I have previously posted on FR (and been roundly spanked for it) that it was my belief that abortion should be outlawed beyond the point of fetal viability. Meaning, that once the baby has a 50% chance of surviving on its own outside the womb, that abortion should be illegal.
Many folks posted to me that my stance was unreasonable, because, "Why was the baby any less a baby one day before my magical time limit?" They also asked if that time limit should be moved backward as medical technology progressed to where we could save younger and younger babies (I said "yes" to that).
I thought that it was a reasonable compromise that would have the immediate effect of preventing at least some abortions.
Okay, now to the point ...
After seeing these pictures, I cannot justify my previous position. These babies are much younger than anything that current medical technology could save, yet, they're clearly babies.
If these pictures can change my mind, they can change other minds. Maybe just living in the world we live in will make abortion unacceptable, whether illegal or not.
It's unacceptable for me now, in any case. Y'all were right and I was wrong.
Flame me all you want for my past beliefs, but I won't respond.
This article is surely bogus. Everybody knows it is just a mass of cells and such until 9 months and one minute have passed. It's not alive until it is completely out of the mother. Everybody knows that dumby ! </sarcasm>
You know, God has ways of reaching people. I am so glad you were able to see these precious babies.
I guess I really shouldn't respond to positive posts, either. I wasn't trying to attract attention to myself - I just wanted to do the right thing and admit to those folks that I argued with that I was wrong.
So, no more responding at all.
Did you see this? Beautiful!
These pictures are absolutely stunning!
Jacob & Esau fought in utero: But the children struggled together within her... Genesis 25:22a (NASB)
* A 22-week-old unborn boy scratches, rubs and pats his cheek, then his nose, indicating that fetuses are capable of fine finger movements from an early age.
* Fetuses as young as 11 weeks not only sucked their thumbs, but one brought his toes to his mouth, then searched around until he found the biggest to latch onto.
* At 12 weeks, some fetuses were already yawning and rubbing their eyes.
* Fetuses as young as 18 weeks were seen opening their eyes. That's about eight weeks earlier than they were previously thought to be able to do so.
* After 26 weeks, the fetuses behaved like typical newborns to an extent, scratching, crying and smiling.
just saw a plug for upcoming segment on Fox News about walking unborn in next few minutes
Beautiful and incredible pictures, the kind which spread the pro-life message most effectively. Thank you for posting them.
God help America for the attrocities of murder we are committing against these precious little ones. It will NOT go unpunished. Thanks for sending these photos. My hubby saw this on Fox News and was in awe at the intricate creation of God yet in the womb.
My sister is pregnant right now, and I had the chance to be at her ultrasound a couple weeks ago (I think it was at 20 weeks) and it was awesome. We saw the baby moving her arms, and we saw her open her mouth (the lady doing the ultrasound said she was yawning!) It was very cool... I'll be an aunt in November!
Awesome! Congratulations to your sister and whole family.
However, YOU ALREADY ARE AN AUNT.