Johann Ting Simple man poster “A world of grief and pain, Flowers bloom,. Wow! I had two doctors tell me to terminate my pregnancy at 20 weeks for my daughter. She was diagnosed with heterotaxy syndrome and dextrocardia. I refused to do so and just kept praying. They were wrong about the heterotaxy syndrome and the type. I’m glad your story had a happy ending. I’m also glad that women can make informed decisions with their physicians for the sake of children like yours, whose stories might not end so well. In tears. My prayers weren’t heard, but I’m truly happy that yours were. I agree that it is so comforting to know that people, even strangers, care about the life of your baby. What a beautiful reminder that you and Elliana are so loved. So happy and thankful her story had a happy ending. That is incredible. I’m literally in the doctor’s office, getting an ultrasound for my miracle IVF baby, reading this. I am sobbing. This is so beautiful.
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Not everyone gets their miracle, but how happy we are for those that do. Really nice that she could choose. All women should have this right, and the community that surrounds her must respect that. Those are the great lessons of this story.. I’m happy you had a happy ending. A friend’s daughter lived 15 minutes and she continues to be loved 10 years later. Every story is different, but every story deserves to be shared. Thank you for sharing your beautiful story. Every woman deserves this right to choose. Wishing the best of health for your daughter and family. The power of prayer. Tell me miracles don’t exist and stories like this come to mind. They exist. We just need to open our eyes to them. Because science isn’t exact and they can only predict an outcome! So happy prayers were answered!. This is why I always post about it on FB when my daughter is in the hospital. People who don’t even know her will pray for her. It’s comforting in very dark times to know how many people care. Simple man poster
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“I remember wanting to stay pregnant forever so that she’d always be safe. This is a wonderful outcome and I’m truly happy for your family, especially your beautiful child. My only hope is that this story doesn’t immediately turn into “proof” that abortion is evil and become trumpeted by anti-choice extremists. No one is suggesting you should not have hope or be thrilled with the wonderful outcome. To suggest God was responsible for the positive end to this story could be taken that others, less fortunate did not hope or pray hard enough. Let’s all be there. Margie McCoy. I was firm in my decision, but I can empathize with women who have no choice. I rarely get emotional from these stories, but this one got to me. So beautiful. Thank you for valuing the sanctity and for choosing life! God is good all the time and His plan is so much greater than our own!