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Little Walter Fretz lived only moments outside of his mother's womb, but his images are changing the world

Posted on April 9, 2015 at 10:16 AM
Walter Fretz was born at 19 weeks gestation after his mother suffered a miscarriage.  He sadly only lived for a few moments outside of the womb, but this hasn't prevented his short life from having a significant impact on the abortion debate.
 
Little Walter's story has been changing hearts and minds across the globe and this is in no small part down to the images released by his family, taken shortly after he was born.
 
The images show the true beauty of humanity, even at the very early stages of development.  They show what is clearly a little boy being cuddled by his mother and being held in the hand of his father.
 
 
There isn't too much you can say to the images of this little lad; they really do speak for themselves.  They also speak for every little child safely tucked away in the protected space that is their mother's womb.  They tell us that there really is something special, precious and incredibly beautiful about each and every individual human being brought into existence.
 
They really are little miracles, growing every day with the love and help of their mothers.
 
        
 
 

Categories: Abortion, Abortion, pro-life, Children, Life, Love, Miracle, Pro-Choice, Pro-Life

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