Wednesday, December 31, 2008

The baby who defied our abortion laws

When Lexie Slater-Folksman was born at 23 weeks - an age at which babies can still be aborted - she weighed just 1lb 8oz. She was put on a life support machine and her parents were warned their daughter might not pull through. She was so premature her eyes hadn't even developed properly. At a month old she underwent laser surgery on her eyes and then spent week after week on ventilator machines after she suffered collapsed lungs. But Lexie defied the odds and gradually gained strength. Now, six months after her birth, she weighs a healthy 8lb and has finally been allowed home, to the joy and relief of her parents, 20-year-old Sarah Slater and her fiance Richard Folksman, 25. Read the Entire Story.

1 comment:

Secular Heretic said...

This is a good reason to reduce the availability of abortion. What a contradiction to be able to abort at 23 weeks and also be born and live at 23 weeks.

Best to get rid of abortion altogether.