I see a pattern here with you. You like to play the game of convenient words. If you don't want to answer right out,you use the word *technically*.<quoted text>
Is this a hypothetical question of when fetus magically becomes baby or is this a question regarding my personal opinion of when fetus becomes baby?
If it's regarding my personal opinion, I answered that one already. I said my personal opinion is it's a baby once viable, in the womb, and will probably survive outside the womb, on its own.
My personal opinion according to me. To whom else would it be according?
It's technically considered a stillborn if it hasn't taken its first breath. Here, you are also trying to combine two different concepts into one.
According to Elise the nurse,it is not "technically" a fetus. It is an infant.
A stillborn means that is still a fetus. Which,btw,means it is still attached to moms body and if you are a PRO-CHOICER who lives up to her words,then she should still have a right to control the fate of that pregnancy(to kill or let live).
So many inconsistencies,so little time.