On October 25, 1988, I was nursing my three-month-old baby boy at home. I was 19 and had no idea that I would be impacted by the proclamation that President Ronald Reagan signed on that day. After all, it would be six more years before I would miscarry my second son. I did not recognize …
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If the Botsfords thought the prognosis couldn’t get worse, they discovered that it could. “Do you want to terminate this pregnancy?” the doctor asked. Both Kristin and Kevin immediately said no.
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We know that our time with Pearl will be brief, so we do everything we can to prepare for our daughter’s birth.
I throw myself into making arrangements for the end: a care plan for Pearl at birth, as well as how we will hand her into the arms of Jesus.
As I sit with our 6-year-old son and talk about Pearl. I tell him about her facial malformations and about our fears for her.
We learned to walk through an adverse pregnancy diagnosis when a routine ultrasound revealed that our baby girl, Pearl, had a fatal disorder.
Peter and Suzanne Guy share their inspirational story about refusing to lose hope for their baby girl in spite of an adverse prenatal diagnosis which led their doctors to recommend abortion. Today, Rachel is a healthy, young woman, and she joins the conversation, discussing her and her family’s active involvement in the pro-life movement.
Ron and Genie’s third pregnancy was something of a surprise, and they chose to recognize it as a blessing. But then the concerns started piling up, including markers for Down syndrome and significant heart defects.