* US Abortions 2015 so far:

United States this Year:  715,585
After 16 weeks gestation:  34,348
Planned Parenthood alone: 214,736

“After 16 weeks gestation”
There is a lot of argument about “When does life begin” ?  It would seem to be pretty hard for

                   Emily born after 16 months of gestation             Baby Emily with Dad

anyone to ar Emily 16 weeks Emily & Dad 16 weeksgue that a baby at 1Emily 10  weeks outside the womb0Little Emily after 10 weeks amongst us.

ttl6 weeks gestation “is just a blob of tissue” based on what the scientific community knows today about the development of a baby at 16 weeks:

– The body is fully formed, the fingers and toes have fingerprints & nails.
– Is about 5 inches long and weighs  about 3 ounces.
– The baby is moving about: may grasp for the umbilical cord , suck it?s thumb, and  make facial expressions
– The heart & circulatory system and the urinary tract are fully functioning. and the blood is pumping through these tiny veins
– The baby is inhaling and exhaling the amniotic fluid through the lungs.
-The eyes are in the proper position, and the baby can see straight ahead & blink his/her eyelids.
– The genitals have formed. In the case of a girl, the uterus has already developed and the ovaries are in the proper place.
– Umberto Castiello, University of Padova, Italy  reported unborn babies have the ability to interact as early as 14 weeks into the pregnancy: “We conclude that performance of movements towards the co-twin is not accidental: already starting from the 14th week of gestation twin fetuses execute movements specifically aimed at the co-twin.”

*Information quoted from:  US Abortion Clock.org


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