Mother Talks About Twins’ “Miracle Birth” After Ignoring Advice to Abort One to Save The Other

International   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jan 19, 2015   |   5:12PM   |   London, England

Here at LifeNews, we report almost each and every week on cases of parents who make a courageous decision not to have an abortion when doctors suggest aborting one or more babies to supposedly save the lives of the others.

In most all of those cases, the parents’ pro-life decision against abortion paid off and they are blessed with either a perfectly healthy baby or a baby who blessed their lives beyond measure despite the physical or medical problems he or she had after birth. These kinds of cases make one wonder just how many babies become victims of abortions by well-meaning doctors and couples who legitimately think it’s the best solution but who may have been blessed with a health baby had they give the unborn child a chance to live.

Here’s another case out of Great Britain of a mother who talks about her and her husband’s decision to not abort one of their twins to supposedly save the life of the other. Imagine if they had aborted their baby instead what they would be missing today! These twins are now healthy and happy.


From I-TV:

A mother who was told aborting one of her twin babies would improve the other one’s chance of survival has shared the story of her “miracles” after both twins beat the odds to be safely born together.

Mother of five Carmelle Hartgrove, spoke to Good Morning Britain about the heart-wrenching decision she and husband Steve faced when doctors discovered daughters Charis and Connie shared the same amniotic sack and placenta:

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Doctors told the Hartgrove family the odds of both the girls surviving was only 30 per cent but the couple decided to go ahead with the pregnancy anyway as they could not to bear to abort one of their unborn children.SIGN THE PETITION! Congress Must Ban Abortions Because Babies Feel Intense Pain

Carmelle, 31, said: “We were told initially that they might have been conjoined twins but once they discovered they weren’t they then gave us the options of terminating the pregnancy entirely or reducing the pregnancy down to one baby.

“The moment they told us it was just another blow but for us we didn’t even have the conversation to make the decision just in a glance I knew Steve was united and we both just said neither of them are an option and we wanted to pursue and continue with the pregnancy.”