Thank you for sharing your #WhyWeMarch and #LoveSavesLives stories!
This is my daughter, she was born at 28 weeks.
There are people who support aborting babies her size or even bigger.
She fought to live for 63 days in the NICU, before finally coming home.
Today she is almost 13, and ABSOLUTELY amazing.#WhyWeMarch#MarchforLife#Stand4Life pic.twitter.com/SNSNrEVoat
— The🐰FOO (@PolitiBunny) January 19, 2018
My 3rd daughter. The one whom I was told was “not compatible with life”, due to several heart defects. The 1st pic was an hr after her heart surgery at 6 mos, 2nd pic was just 3 days later. The last pic–her now, 5YO at her last appt. She starts soccer next week #MarchForLife pic.twitter.com/r7I86YRA89
— Krystle Schoonveld (@TarheelKrystle) January 19, 2018
Fun fact: I was born at 24 weeks. In more than half of the US states, my mother would have been allowed to abort me.
— mackenzie howard (@hesitant_gerard) January 19, 2018
My biological mother chose life & even in the midst of alcoholism and a toxic lifestyle she still had he courage to choose life. I thank her daily for choosing me, and for my adoptive family for taking me in. I marched for her, and I live for those without a voice. #WhyWeMarch
— Father Ed Bresnahan (@fatherbresnahan) January 19, 2018
In college my best friend called me panicked because she was pregnant and had scheduled an abortion. Today, because she chose love, her baby is a spunky 5-year-old and full of joy! #whywemarch #LoveSavesLives
— Maddie Maher (@maddiemaher) January 19, 2018
My little cousin was born 3 months premature. There are people who believe he would’ve been eligible to be aborted at the time of his birth.
He is almost 2 now and our sweet miracle.
— Caroline Craig (@CeeJayCraig) January 19, 2018
— Paula Lattanzi (@Catholicsarcasm) January 19, 2018
As shared in the 2018 March for Life Facebook Event: