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Things I Wish Would've Been Emphasized

These are just some things I wish people would’ve emphasized about having a baby.

  • Feedings > Crying
    • Let me just start off by saying I had some misconceptions about babies.
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First Time Mom

What's Wrong With This Picture?

The ultrasound on the left is from Planned Parenthood while the ultrasound on the right is from a Pregnancy Resource Center. Notice how Planned Parenthood is trying to hide the humanity of the child they want to kill? 35 more words

Abortion

Ultra-Sad

Last month I started taking Tamoxifen, an estrogen blocker often prescribed to women with breast cancers that are estrogen receptors, like mine. This medication helps block the hormone from feeding cancer cells, and works to reduce recurrence. 487 more words

Cancer

The Power of Real Choice

Planned Parenthood says they are all about giving women a choice in their care, but a recent video from Live Action has shown that they don’t do prenatal care, even though they claimed to and that ultrasounds are only used in abortions to see how far along the mother is. 305 more words

Planned Parenthood Uses Ultrasounds Only for Abortions

Authored by FaithZette Staff | Updated 03 Feb 2017 at 12:29 PM

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Over the past couple of weeks, Live Action has released new investigative videos — shedding light on the true nature of what goes on at Planned Parenthood. 280 more words

Political

Weekly visit.

It’s Friday and my normal weekly visit to check on these twinkies. Usually it’s just heart tones and I get a little peak at them. The reason I see them every week this early is because I have what’s called a didelphic uterus, which is a fancy way to say my uterus is split in 2 or I have 2 uterus’. 241 more words

Breast Lump, the Sequel: The Black Hole

(I’m not a doctor, so please don’t take this article as a substitute for medical advice. This is my personal story. Always consult with your physician and/or specialist. 478 more words

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