Category Archives: Unborn Children

Unborn twins Isabella and Callie share a special bond – and a kiss

By Dave Andrusko John Hamburg of Fetal Vision Imaging in Levittown, Pennsylvania, told David Moye of the Huffington Post that from the beginning, he knew there was something special about the ultrasound he took of Carissa Gill’s 25-week-old

Using 3-D sculpture, Blind Mom “sees” unborn baby

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. As I love to say, one of the great delights of publishing online is that stories “live” forever in cyberspace. This means that people will run across stories I’ve composed that go

If we protect butterflies, why not unborn babies?

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I remember celebrating the first day of summer once with a trip to a nearby butterfly garden. Entering that sacred space was a breathtakingly beautiful experience. I stood in

One lucky family gets a sneak peak of their preborn baby

Amusement park thermal camera snaps picture By Texas Right to Life A family in the UK had an unexpected treat on their trip to the Landmark Forest Adventure Park in Scotland. Fiona Petrie, her partner, and her

Drug trial intended to help severely underdeveloped unborn babies ends tragically

By Dave Andrusko A study intended to help mothers whose unborn babies were severely underdeveloped has ended disastrously with the deaths of 11 babies whose mothers took sildenafil. Reuters is reporting that the Dutch trial using the

“You are your baby’s first home …. Your baby’s first protector”

By Dave Andrusko Imagine how different the fate of millions of unborn babies would be if moms and dads looked upon them not as a kind of disposable property but as someone whose fate is entirely in

New Study Sheds Light on Prenatal Cognition

Very little infants do that the unborn haven’t done first By Caitlin Fikes I believe that there is a common and insidious cultural misconception with regards to fetuses: the subtle idea that birth is the true beginning

“You are your baby’s first home” and ”first protector”

By Dave Andrusko This will be a short post, not because the message isn’t important (just the opposite) but because it will resonate so thoroughly and so completely. Sometimes I think I see all the best stuff

Reader’s View: Compassion needed for pain-capable unborn baby

By Paul Stark Editor’s note. Paul Stark is Communications Associate for Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life. This letter to the editor appeared in the Duluth News Tribune. The April 29 letter, “A 20-week abortion ban has to

Surgeons perform life-saving operation on unborn baby in her mother’s womb

By Dave Andrusko In utero surgery, although no longer rare, can still be dicey. But more and more success stories, like Ruth and Ross Elder’s, reminds us that the unborn is just another “patient,” no less human,

Studies show preborn children can form memories in the womb

By Nancy Flanders The first memories you ever made were made when you were just a preborn baby in your mother’s womb. At least that’s what researchers from a variety of studies are concluding. At what point

Pro-Choicer: sympathy for the pain we think unborn babies feel means nothing

By Sarah Terzo A pro-choice writer shared the following argument against laws protecting babies from late-term abortions: “We may, as many people do, sympathize with the pain we think the fetus feels, but we must be careful