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Published On: Mon, Oct 10th, 2016

Pro-abortion nurse Jane Beville becomes a pro-lifer after holding 14-week aborted baby boy

A former pro-abortion nurse named Jane Beville shared the story of how she became pro-life. Beville supported legal abortion, but one day she came face to face with a tiny baby boy who had been born too early to survive.

Beville describes the pivotal moment: “[I] held a little miscarried 14 week baby in my hand. It wasn’t a blob of tissue, or a clot, or an alien-looking grub. It was a little baby boy, who was kicking his legs and waving his arms and trying very, very hard to breathe. That little baby wanted so badly to live. It broke my heart.

“I became pro-life in that moment of truth.”

Sadly, the baby boy had undeveloped lungs and was unable to breathe properly, dying quickly.

Beville was shocked at how remarkably developed pre-born babies are in the early second trimester. Even though this child was too young to survive, he was fully formed.

Some of the characteristics listed at fourteen weeks: the baby has arms, legs, fingers, and toes; a beating heart and brain waves; responds to touch and is already right or left-handed. The baby has his/her own unique fingerprints, which are different from those of any person who has ever lived.  All organ systems are in place.

The nurse could already tell that the child was a boy.

photo: 14 week fetus photo/ Your Pregnancy week by week

photo: 14 week fetus photo/ Your Pregnancy week by week

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- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco began with the Dispatch as Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reports and insights from Washington DC, Maryland and the surrounding region. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at [email protected] ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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