Couple Celebrates The Anniversary Of Their Child’s Abortion

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This was on the year anniversary of my abortion and we decided to smile all day cus one day we will have a baby.

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Ahhh, you do know that you already had a baby, right? But just look at you two. How very sweet of you and your dead child’s father to smile on the anniversary of their abortion. Did you opt to have your son or daughter ripped apart by suction or did you use poison to suffocate your baby? Either way, you are clearly so very happy about your decision to end your child’s life. Good for you.Just to help brighten your day even more, I have gone through all the trouble to describe what your child would be like today had you not stopped his or her beating heart…

Even though your baby has been able to recognize you since he was just a few days old, he may now be able to show it. About half of babies this age begin to exhibit an obvious recognition of their parents.

Most likely he’ll still smile at strangers, especially when they look him straight in the eye and coo or talk to him. But he’s beginning to sort out who’s who in his life, and he definitely prefers you, your partner, and a select few over others.

Your baby may quiet down and make eye contact with you, or he may search for you in a room and move his arms in excitement or smile when he finds you. He may even find your scent calming and comforting.

A big spurt is happening in your baby’s brain development that coincides with significant behavioral changes. Your baby is more attuned to the outside world and more sensitive to changes in his environment.

The part of the brain that governs hand-eye coordination and allows a baby to recognize objects is developing rapidly now. His hearing, language, and smell have also become more receptive and active. When your baby hears your voice these days, he may even look directly at you and start gurgling or trying to talk back.

Happy anniversary!

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