|Love her smiles!|
|Bevin looking at grandma.|
Shortly after Bevin and I shared her story in the school, my small group of High School Junior girls (of which I am a co-leader) and I made plans to meet and pray together outside of a local abortion clinic. The abortions are performed on Thursday mornings at this particular clinic so we met together outside the clinic on Wednesday night with other folks from the community (that we didn't know) that had gathered to pray. I felt compelled to have her there with us that night to pray outside the abortion clinic. It felt completely right that she be there to represent and be a symbol of the babies and lives that we were praying to save. It was an emotional experience for me as her mother having been given the option to "do the humane thing" and abort this sick and chromosomally deficient mass of tissue, this BABY that I was holding as I fervently prayed out-loud and cried, mourned and ached for other babies that might find themselves in Bevins' position.
|So much personality!|
|Trying to free her feet from her massive skirt!|
Some things are just unexplainable period. If God wants something to happen HE WILL MAKE A WAY!
ALL BABIES ARE MIRACLES. No matter the circumstances surrounding their conception, all of the tiny little things that have to happen to create a healthy and alive baby are infinite. Humbles me to my knees!
Whatever your lot in life, God has given you a platform. Recognize it and use it to bring Him Glory!
Telling your story opens up a door of communication with other people. Through the process of sharing my story so many people have come to me and told me their story! This is what life is all about folks. Sharing life with each other is part what brings us joy in being human as we go through life together.
Life is fragile. There is no guarantee that I will even ever finish writing this post. Whether we live 9 weeks in our mothers womb or 99 years on this earth that life can have meaning and purpose.
|Big Brother Micah and Bevin|