Parents in England have released a beautiful photo of their daughter, born prematurely at 24 weeks, with the hopes that it will demonstrate the humanity of unborn babies who can be legally killed in abortions in the U.K.
Emily Caines, 35, has released photograph of birth of daughter Adelaide, born at 24 weeks but who was too small to survive even though that is within the 22-24 week time period that is the earliest for premature babies to survive. Caines hopes the photo will raise awareness of neonatal death and she hopes it will prompt lawmakers in Parliament to re-open debate around the 24 week legal abortion limit.
The mother also previously lost daughter Isabelle, born at 23 weeks and she is now pregnant again with a baby she hope will live.
The London Daily Mail reports the story:
The current law allows babies to be terminated up to 24 weeks gestation – the point at which Adelaide was born.
Mrs Caines, 35, from Yeovil in Somerset, said: ‘Our picture shows Adelaide was not a foetus, she was a fully formed human being and to think that a baby like her could be legally terminated is to me horrifying.
Written by: STEVEN ERTELT – continue reading at LIFE NEWS