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Birth Story: Harker Heights, Texas

Submitted to Abort73 by a 42-year-old woman on January 18, 2012.


I was a young army wife living in Germany when I got pregnant with my second child. My first child has a very small birth defect on the top of his head. Because of this defect in the first born, I was sent to Langstuhl, Germany to see an Air Force colonel (genetic doctor) who told me to abort my second child. My husband and I were Christians and could not dream of aborting our baby. Praise the Lord that we did not listen to the colonel. We had a beautiful almost 10 pound baby boy. He is 12 now and a blessing.

Age: 42
Location: Harker Heights, Texas
Date: January 18, 2012

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