Posted by life dynamics on April 20, 2015
A baby born at 23 weeks gestation, the same age many children are legally aborted in the United States, has celebrated another milestone.
Bella Davison was born at 23 weeks weighing 1lb 3oz.
Sadly, her twin sister Sophia did to survive the birth.
Bella was released from the hospital the beginning of the year and just weeks ago she was taken off oxygen where she began breathing on her own.
But, today, the parents of little Bella are celebrating 9 months since her miraculous birth!
This was posted to Bella’s Facebook page today by her proud parents , “Can’t believe it’s been 9 months since we had our amazing girls and our lives changed forever that day I just wish Sophia could have held on but she is our angel now and is with us forever love you Bella and Sophia always and forever Mummy and Daddy.”
In the United States, babies the same age as Bella was at her birth, and some even older, are legally aborted for profit as these abortion clinic advertisements below show !!!
According to the latest stats from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on abortion, 730,322 abortions were performed in 2011.
Of that number, the CDC reported 7.3% of unborn babies killed by abortion were between 14–20 weeks’ gestation and 1.4% were 21 weeks’ gestation or greater.
A chart published by the CDC for 39 states that reported abortions by gestation (520,304 of the 730,322 abortions reported in 2011) show that in those 39 states:
A 2014 report published by the Lozier Institute found that the United States is one of only seven countries in the world that permit elective abortion past 20 weeks.
Following the sabotage of a late term abortion ban called the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, the National Journal published a graph of state by state abortion restrictions by weeks of gestation:
All abortions are murder and Bella is yet another example of the humanity of unborn children in the womb.
We must continue the pro-life fight until every child in the womb is protected at all stages of gestation.