Cute Unborn Nephew Blogging

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My baby sister is having a baby! It seems like only yesterday… Throwback Thursday: me and my baby-baby sister 24 years ago. But, she really is pregnant — 15 weeks or so. Unaware of the sex, we’ve all just been referring to the little one as “Peanut”…until now. Usually the sex is not determinable until closer to week 20, but … Read More

QR Code Brings Face of Unborn to Unsure Pregnant Women

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Brilliant! This is what I love to see – pro-lifers embracing new technology and using it to help save lives. The tech-savvy folks at Cleveland Right to Life (CRtL) have developed a QR Code that can be put on business cards and other literature they give out to women considering abortion and, when scanned using a smart phone, will provide … Read More

“Pray That the Scales Fall From Our Nation’s Eyes”

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Last week I got an email from a friend after she saw the ultrasound of her first child (pictured here). I think what she had to say is important and she kindly allowed me to share it with you all. Dear Friends, Yesterday was my birthday. I spent it at the doctor’s office with my husband, my mom and my … Read More

KofC Ultrasound Program

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Ultrasounds are an essential tool for helping women in crisis pregnancies choose life for their unborn children and the higher the quality the better in order to offer a clearer window into the womb. The problem is that, many pregnancy resource centers barely have enough money to keep their doors open, let alone afford high-tech equipment. Unlike their murderous counterparts, … Read More

iPhone 4 Ad With Ultrasound

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Apple has a very cute, family centered ad for its new iPhone, complete with a pregnant woman sharing her baby’s ultrasound image with her husband serving overseas. Click either screen shot below to watch: Pretty impressive little piece of technology. The iPhone 4 will be available later this month. My dad, the Macaholic, will be getting one of these for … Read More

Study: Memory Forms at 30 Weeks in the Womb

ChelseaAdult Stem Cell Research, Cloning, Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Fetal Development, Pro Life, Right to Life, UltrasoundLeave a Comment

Behold the awesome wonder of unborn human life! (h/t Respect Life STL on Twitter): WEDNESDAY, July 15 (HealthDay News) — Fetuses that are only 30 weeks old may already possess short-term memory, Dutch researchers report. “This is the next step into a better insight in the development of the fetal central nervous system,” said study co-author Dr. Jan G. Nijhuis, … Read More

Unborn Baby Pics!!!

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I love ultrasound pictures of unborn babies. There is a reason that these pictures cause many women thinking about abortion to choose life instead. Recently a few of my friends have passed along pictures of their own unborn children: Twins: Jack and Irene I joked with Meredith that their names had me singing, “little ditty ’bout Jack and Irene…” Baby … Read More

World’s Most Famous Fetus

ChelseaFamily, Media, Pro Life, Ultrasound4 Comments

The most popular person on Facebook today hasn’t even been born yet. In order to keep their family and friends updated on their first pregnancy, an Australian couple joined the social networking group. Instead of putting their profile in either, or both, of the couple’s names, they turned it into a profile for their unborn child – “Bubba” – using … Read More

Wonderful Pro-Life Tools!

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The National Geographic Society recently released a brilliant book, In the Womb, depicting the wonder of fetal development with the help of some 3-D and 4-D ultrasound images. From the website: In the Womb is a week-by-week chronicle of the mysterious, magical progress from embryo to fetus to full-term infant. It was released sometime last year, but this is the … Read More