Tag Archives: pregnant

New Study Offers Financial Opportunity for Pregnancy Center Clients

By Katie Franklin Looking for another way to support your clients as they prepare for the arrival of their precious babies? Researchers at Baylor University are offering $50 Walmart gift cards to expectant mothers and fathers who

“This is exasperating”: hilarious response when young boy learns mom is pregnant

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our  vacation through September 7. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the

“My daughter’s easily the best thing that’s ever happened to me”: the challenges and joys of being a pregnant college freshman

“She gave me hope” By SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Writing in the Times [of London], Emily Beater describes finding out she “was pregnant aged 19 during ‘freshers’ week at Oxford University, in one

Yes, Romper, It Is Legal to Lie to Pregnant Women, and You Are Part of the Problem

By Katie Franklin Did you know that it is legal to lie to pregnant women? Yes, according to Romper (which describes itself as “A parenting site by millennial women for millennial women”), a bastion of journalistic incompetence

Developer donated entire building to give pregnant moms housing

By Allyson Hunter Earlier this year, Canadian real estate developer Gene Dub donated an entire building with 18 apartments to house pregnant moms with nowhere else to go. According to the Edmonton Journal, his donation is worth

When Your Daughter Tells You She’s Pregnant

By Lauren Urrea When I was told by the local crisis pregnancy center that I was pregnant, I was given a “goodie bag” with a variety of handouts and information packets explaining my pregnancy, prenatal care, local

Student pregnant in fresher’s week: “My daughter’s easily the best thing that’s ever happened to me”

An Oxford student has written in the Times about her experience of discovering she was pregnant in fresher’s week and of the challenges and joys of being a student mum. By Society for the Protection of Unborn

“I Chose Life and God Changed Mine”: One Woman’s Story of Finding Unexpected Joy in a Crisis Pregnancy

By Jay Hobbs Seven years ago this fall, Lauren Urrea felt her world was crashing into a million pieces as she faced the undeniable, yet somehow unbelievable, reality that she was pregnant. For the first time in

Unexpectedly Pregnant later in life

By Dave Andrusko I had coffee this morning with my pastor. I got to Panera’s a little early and as I always do when I have a spare minute, I checked my tweets which roll in like

Reaching Out to Pregnant Women Facing Challenges

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation One of the greatest attributes of the pro-life movement is the concern it shows to pregnant women facing serious challenges in their lives. There is no woman in Pennsylvania–or

“Honey… we’re pregnant”

“You’re going to be a mom.” “You’re doing to be a dad.” By Dave Andrusko David, my son, his wife Jean, and their two kids are on an abbreviated three day holiday trip. They’ve tweeted numerous pictures

What upsets pro-abortionists now? “Assigning human attributes to not-yet-human embryos”

By Dave Andrusko I count on my trusty readers to alert me to stories that I would never have seen. Today’s example is about something I’d not even heard of: pregnant women Photoshopping their baby’s sonogram on