Mom, why didn’t you kill me, too, asks 3 year old sister of aborted sibling

By Sarah Terzo

Editor’s note. The following appeared at Clinic Quotes. The quote itself comes from Teenbreaks.com.

“When I was 3 years old I saw my mom on TV. She was speaking to a man about how she killed her baby and regretted it. As she told her story and how she became a pro-life speaker, I watched and listened. My grandma didn’t think I was old enough to understand.

“When my mom picked me up that night I asked her why she killed my brother or sister and why she didn’t kill me. My mom said she was in shock that her 3-year-old would ask these questions. She answered them the best she could for me, and as I got older I learned more.”

This is the testimony of Alex. She and her mom are now pro-life speakers.

Even at three, Alex knew she’d lost a brother or sister. Children pick up on things adults say, even things about abortion.