Hello I am a Baby in my Mommy’s Womb

Hello I am a Baby in my Mommy’s Womb

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Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#1 Apr 19, 2008
Hello I am a Baby in my Mommy’s Womb
By Proudly Pro Life JP Freeman
Hello I just got here I am a new individual. I have my own DNA, different from Mom's and Dad's. Don't worry I am human my DNA proves that. Boy I love my Mom her belly is so nice and warm and it is always giving me Hugs. Mom loves me she is taking care of me by feeding me and giving me a place to grow. I notice my form is changing everyday. Did I tell you how much I love my Mommy? In just two weeks I have a brain and a heart. Now it is three weeks something is thumping do you know what it is? My heart silly. If you did not guess you must be Pro Choice. What is Pro Choice anyway? I must be getting a backbone to ask a question like that? Boy I also noticed my circulatory system is now separate from my Mommy's. I am very excited I am getting eyes I wonder what color they will be? Also my ears are starting to grow? I hope not to big. My chest is getting bigger I guess I have something called Lungs They do not work yet. One month after conception I have a separate circulatory system my heart is beating a little fast I have to work out. Five weeks now I have fingers, Bony jaw, a fully developed spinal column, ribs, I am even getting nervous no I mean a nervous system. I don't know why my system is nervous Mommy is even giving me more hugs with her belly I am so warm and comfy. It is now 7 weeks my kidneys are forming my stomach is forming. Mommy feel my muscles I am getting them to aren't you proud? Mommy it's eight weeks All my body parts are developing so fast now I even have brain waves. Mommy this little piggy went to the market this little piggy had roast beef (my favorite don't tell Victoria) I have toes now. Nine weeks I can feel pain now Mommy so please be careful. Eleven weeks now I have finger prints I can't wait to come out and put them on everything, but I am not ready yet I love my Mommy I want to stay inside awhile longer.12 weeks Mommy I did not mean to do pee pee Mommy I guess I am a boy. Mommy I feel something strange sucking it is getting stronger Mommy I am scared it hurts Mommy My arms and Legs are coming off CRY Ahhh I thought you loved me! AHH! Silence You are no longer pregnant the Doctor says
This is the Horror of Abortion.

“lightly burnt,but still smokin”

Since: Dec 06

in the corner of your mind,

#2 Apr 21, 2008
"craptacular" nothing more to be said

“Put prevention first!”

Since: Dec 06

StL

#3 Apr 21, 2008
Embryos can't feel pain at 8 weeks.

And this is plagiarism too.

And pretty gross- pee pee?

Really?

hahaha
Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#4 Apr 23, 2008
Babies in the womb feel pain as best we can tell at 9 weeks. Here is a letter to President Ronald Reagan back in 1984 from some top doctors.
February 13, 1984
President Ronald Reagan
The White House
Washington, DC
Mr. President:
As physicians, we, the undersigned, are pleased to associate ourselves with you in drawing the attention of people across
the nation to the humanity and sensitivity of the human unborn.
That the unborn, the prematurely born, and the newborn of the
human species is a highly complex, sentient, functioning,
individual organism is established scientific fact. That the
human unborn and newly born do respond to stimuli is also
established beyond any reasonable doubt.
The ability to feel pain and respond to it is clearly not a
phenomenon that develops de novo at birth. Indeed, much of
enlightened modern obstetrical practice and procedure seeks to
minimize sensory deprivation of, and sensory insult to, the fetus during, at, and after birth. Over the last 18 years, real time ultrasonography, fetoscopy, study of the fetal EKG (electrocardiogram) and fetal EEG (electroencephalogram) have
demonstrated the remarkable responsiveness of the human fetus
to pain, touch, and sound. That the fetus responds to changesin light intensity within the womb, to heat, to cold, and to
taste (by altering the chemical nature of the fluid swallowed by the fetus) has been exquisitely documented in the pioneering
work of the late Sir William Liley -- the father of fetology.Observations of the fetal electrocardiogram and the increase in fetal movements in saline abortions indicate that the fetus
experiences discomfort as it dies. Indeed, one doctor who, the New York Times wrote, "conscientiously performs" saline abortions stated, "When you inject the saline, you often see anincrease in fetal movements, it's horrible."
We state categorically that no finding of modern fetology invalidates the remarkable conclusion drawn after a lifetime of research by the late Professor Arnold Gesell of Yale University. In "The Embryology of Behavior: The Beginnings of the Human Mind" (1945, Harper Bros.), Dr. Gesell wrote, "and so by the close of the first trimester the fetus is a sentient, moving being. We need not speculate as to the nature of his psychic attributes, but we may assert that the organization of his psychosomatic self is well under way."
Mr. President, in drawing attention to the capability of the human fetus to feel pain, you stand on firmly established ground.
Respectfully,
Dr. Richard T. F. Schmidt, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn,University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Dr. Vincent Collins, Professor of Anesthesiology, Northwestern University,University of Illinois Medical Center
Dr. John G. Masterson, Clinical Professor of Ob/Gyn, Northwestern University
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, F.A.C.O.G., Clinical Assistant Professor of Ob/Gyn,Cornell University
Dr. Denis Cavanaugh, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of South Florida
Dr. Watson Bowes, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Material and Fetal Medicine,University of North Carolina
Dr. Byron Oberst, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Nebraska
Dr. Eugene Diamond, Professor of Pediatrics, Strict School of Medicine,Chicago, IL
Dr. Thomas Potter, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, New Jersey Medical College
Dr. Lawrence Dunegan, Instructor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of
Pittsburgh
Dr. Melvin Thornton, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of Texas (San Antonio)
Dr. Norman Vernig, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota(St. Paul)
Dr. Jerome Shen, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, St. Louis University
Dr. Fred Hofmeister, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Dr. Matthew Bulfin, F.A.C.O.G., Lauderdale by the Sea, FL
President, NY State Medical Society, Professor of Ob/Gyn, New York University

“Put prevention first!”

Since: Dec 06

StL

#5 Apr 24, 2008
Pro Life JP Freeman wrote:
February 13, 1984
President Ronald Reagan
The White House
Washington, DC
Mr. President:
As physicians, we, the undersigned, are pleased to associate ourselves with you in drawing the attention of people across
the nation to the humanity and sensitivity of the human unborn.
That the unborn, the prematurely born, and the newborn of the
human species is a highly complex, sentient, functioning,
individual organism is established scientific fact. That the
human unborn and newly born do respond to stimuli is also
established beyond any reasonable doubt.
The ability to feel pain and respond to it is clearly not a
phenomenon that develops de novo at birth. Indeed, much of
enlightened modern obstetrical practice and procedure seeks to
minimize sensory deprivation of, and sensory insult to, the fetus during, at, and after birth. Over the last 18 years, real time ultrasonography, fetoscopy, study of the fetal EKG (electrocardiogram) and fetal EEG (electroencephalogram) have
demonstrated the remarkable responsiveness of the human fetus
to pain, touch, and sound. That the fetus responds to changesin light intensity within the womb, to heat, to cold, and to
taste (by altering the chemical nature of the fluid swallowed by the fetus) has been exquisitely documented in the pioneering
work of the late Sir William Liley -- the father of fetology.Observations of the fetal electrocardiogram and the increase in fetal movements in saline abortions indicate that the fetus
experiences discomfort as it dies. Indeed, one doctor who, the New York Times wrote, "conscientiously performs" saline abortions stated, "When you inject the saline, you often see anincrease in fetal movements, it's horrible."
We state categorically that no finding of modern fetology invalidates the remarkable conclusion drawn after a lifetime of research by the late Professor Arnold Gesell of Yale University. In "The Embryology of Behavior: The Beginnings of the Human Mind" (1945, Harper Bros.), Dr. Gesell wrote, "and so by the close of the first trimester the fetus is a sentient, moving being. We need not speculate as to the nature of his psychic attributes, but we may assert that the organization of his psychosomatic self is well under way."
Mr. President, in drawing attention to the capability of the human fetus to feel pain, you stand on firmly established ground.
Respectfully,
Dr. Richard T. F. Schmidt, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn,University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Dr. Vincent Collins, Professor of Anesthesiology, Northwestern University,University of Illinois Medical Center
Dr. John G. Masterson, Clinical Professor of Ob/Gyn, Northwestern University
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, F.A.C.O.G., Clinical Assistant Professor of Ob/Gyn,Cornell University
Dr. Denis Cavanaugh, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of South Florida
Dr. Watson Bowes, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Material and Fetal Medicine,University of North Carolina
Dr. Byron Oberst, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Nebraska
Dr. Eugene Diamond, Professor of Pediatrics, Strict School of Medicine,Chicago, IL
Dr. Thomas Potter, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, New Jersey Medical College
Dr. Lawrence Dunegan, Instructor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of
Pittsburgh
Dr. Melvin Thornton, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of Texas (San Antonio)
Dr. Norman Vernig, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota(St. Paul)
Dr. Jerome Shen, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, St. Louis University
Dr. Fred Hofmeister, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Dr. Matthew Bulfin, F.A.C.O.G., Lauderdale by the Sea, FL
President, NY State Medical Society, Professor of Ob/Gyn, New York University
If you didn't write it yourself, cite your sources.
This is plagiarism.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#6 Apr 24, 2008
Pro Life JP Freeman wrote:
Babies in the womb feel pain as best we can tell at 9 weeks. Here is a letter to President Ronald Reagan back in 1984 from some top doctors.
February 13, 1984
President Ronald Reagan
The White House
Washington, DC
Quote edited for space.

Current research refutes this. This is 24 years old. I know that if the worst should happen, and I ended up with cancer, I'd want my medical treatment based on current research, not something 24 years old. Wouldn't you?

“Stand loud and be proud”

Since: Apr 08

Birmingham

#7 Apr 24, 2008
Pro Life JP Freeman wrote:
Hello I am a Baby in my Mommy’s Womb
By Proudly Pro Life JP Freeman
Hello I just got here I am a new individual. I have my own DNA, different from Mom's and Dad's. Don't worry I am human my DNA proves that. Boy I love my Mom her belly is so nice and warm and it is always giving me Hugs. Mom loves me she is taking care of me by feeding me and giving me a place to grow. I notice my form is changing everyday. Did I tell you how much I love my Mommy? In just two weeks I have a brain and a heart. Now it is three weeks something is thumping do you know what it is? My heart silly. If you did not guess you must be Pro Choice. What is Pro Choice anyway? I must be getting a backbone to ask a question like that? Boy I also noticed my circulatory system is now separate from my Mommy's. I am very excited I am getting eyes I wonder what color they will be? Also my ears are starting to grow? I hope not to big. My chest is getting bigger I guess I have something called Lungs They do not work yet. One month after conception I have a separate circulatory system my heart is beating a little fast I have to work out. Five weeks now I have fingers, Bony jaw, a fully developed spinal column, ribs, I am even getting nervous no I mean a nervous system. I don't know why my system is nervous Mommy is even giving me more hugs with her belly I am so warm and comfy. It is now 7 weeks my kidneys are forming my stomach is forming. Mommy feel my muscles I am getting them to aren't you proud? Mommy it's eight weeks All my body parts are developing so fast now I even have brain waves. Mommy this little piggy went to the market this little piggy had roast beef (my favorite don't tell Victoria) I have toes now. Nine weeks I can feel pain now Mommy so please be careful. Eleven weeks now I have finger prints I can't wait to come out and put them on everything, but I am not ready yet I love my Mommy I want to stay inside awhile longer.12 weeks Mommy I did not mean to do pee pee Mommy I guess I am a boy. Mommy I feel something strange sucking it is getting stronger Mommy I am scared it hurts Mommy My arms and Legs are coming off CRY Ahhh I thought you loved me! AHH! Silence You are no longer pregnant the Doctor says
This is the Horror of Abortion.
I like your story. Yeah abortion is a real horror story.
JoyofLife

New Orleans, LA

#8 Apr 24, 2008
OH MY GOODNESS! IT'S A MONSTER! Masses of cells aren't supposed to be able to read anymore than my big toe can.
Josie

Louisville, KY

#9 Apr 24, 2008
JoyofLife wrote:
OH MY GOODNESS! IT'S A MONSTER! Masses of cells aren't supposed to be able to read anymore than my big toe can.
Whassamnata wichu? Don't you know you're supposed to get all weepy & sniffly & feel all kinds of faux upset over this piece of crap? Well, if you're a sloppy, brain dead, sentimental hysteria junkie, you would!

Wanna bet the OP reads Harlequins & thinks they're for real? jackass....

“GO AVS!!!!!”

Since: Sep 07

Castle Rock, CO

#10 Apr 24, 2008
JoyofLife wrote:
OH MY GOODNESS! IT'S A MONSTER! Masses of cells aren't supposed to be able to read anymore than my big toe can.
Although, it is far more likely that your big toe would be able to type ...
Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#11 Apr 24, 2008
Ami STL wrote:
<quoted text>
If you didn't write it yourself, cite your sources.
This is plagiarism.
I guess the Whitehouse and all the doctors who sign the letter are not a source???? Hmmmm Let Me say I did write Hello I am a Baby in My Mommy's womb. The Letter to the Whitehouse is from

Dr. Richard T. F. Schmidt, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn,University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Dr. Vincent Collins, Professor of Anesthesiology, Northwestern University,University of Illinois Medical Center
Dr. John G. Masterson, Clinical Professor of Ob/Gyn, Northwestern University
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, F.A.C.O.G., Clinical Assistant Professor of Ob/Gyn,Cornell University
Dr. Denis Cavanaugh, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of South Florida
Dr. Watson Bowes, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Material and Fetal Medicine,University of North Carolina
Dr. Byron Oberst, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Nebraska
Dr. Eugene Diamond, Professor of Pediatrics, Strict School of Medicine,Chicago, IL
Dr. Thomas Potter, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, New Jersey Medical College
Dr. Lawrence Dunegan, Instructor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of
Pittsburgh
Dr. Melvin Thornton, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of Texas (San Antonio)
Dr. Norman Vernig, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota(St. Paul)
Dr. Jerome Shen, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, St. Louis University
Dr. Fred Hofmeister, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Dr. Matthew Bulfin, F.A.C.O.G., Lauderdale by the Sea, FL
Dr. Jay Arena, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, Duke University
Dr. Herbert Nakata, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of Hawaii
Dr. Robert Polley, Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics, University of Washington(Seattle)
Dr. David Foley, Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Dr. Anne Bannon, F.A.A.P., Former Chief of Pediatrics, City Hospital (St.Louis)
Dr. John J. Brennan, Professor of Ob/Gyn, Medical College of Wisconsin,(Milwaukee)
Dr. Walter F. Watts, Assistant Professor of Ob/Gyn, Strict School of Medicine,Chicago, IL
Dr. G. C. Tom Nabors, Assistant Clinical Professor of Ob/Gyn, Southwestern Medical College, Dallas, TX
Dr. Konald Prem, Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis)
Dr. Alfred Derby, F.A.C.O.G., Spokane, WA
Dr. Bernie Pisani, F.A.C.O.G., President, NY State Medical Society, Professor of Ob/Gyn, New York University
Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#12 Apr 24, 2008
JoyofLife wrote:
OH MY GOODNESS! IT'S A MONSTER! Masses of cells aren't supposed to be able to read anymore than my big toe can.
Mass of Cells? that has His or her own DNA? Hmmm Well This is a fact. If DNA evidence can prove a "person" was at a crime scene. Then DNA evidence can prove A "person" is in his or her Mothers womb. You had the same DNA at conception that you have now. So I can prove it was you inside your Mother's womb. Abortion is the killing or Murder of another human being. Good book to read if you suffer from a past abortion is, "I'll Hold You In Heaven" By Jack Hayford
Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#13 Apr 24, 2008
Josie wrote:
<quoted text>
Whassamnata wichu? Don't you know you're supposed to get all weepy & sniffly & feel all kinds of faux upset over this piece of crap? Well, if you're a sloppy, brain dead, sentimental hysteria junkie, you would!
Wanna bet the OP reads Harlequins & thinks they're for real? jackass....
Well you know part of the story is about you. Yes all except the part when the baby is aborted is your story as well as mine. The story describes human developement in the first trimester. Halequins are fiction Sorry you can not believe the truth. Now who is the jackasss......
Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#15 Apr 24, 2008
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
Quote edited for space.
Current research refutes this. This is 24 years old. I know that if the worst should happen, and I ended up with cancer, I'd want my medical treatment based on current research, not something 24 years old. Wouldn't you?
OK What is the current research say? I have not check in awhile. My guess it would be earlier than 9 weeks.

“...my medical opinion is...”

Since: Dec 06

La Crosse, WI

#16 Apr 24, 2008
that isn't even the full length or the way the poem goes you moron. if you're going to make me feel bad about something - at least try to do it correctly - not like a frickin idiot with a keyboard trying not to plagiarize a poem.

the problem with this is - you missed the emotion of the poem. you missed the feeling in the poem. and you missed the key stages of the poem.

next time, get it right, then maybe I'll believe you have some intelligence and you'll be taken seriously. alrighty. thank you for your time.
Dewhickey

Lawrenceburg, IN

#17 Apr 24, 2008
Josie wrote:
<quoted text>
Whassamnata wichu? Don't you know you're supposed to get all weepy & sniffly & feel all kinds of faux upset over this piece of crap? Well, if you're a sloppy, brain dead, sentimental hysteria junkie, you would!
Wanna bet the OP reads Harlequins & thinks they're for real? jackass....
Bwah! Good one!
Dewhickey

Lawrenceburg, IN

#18 Apr 24, 2008
Pro Life JP Freeman wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess the Whitehouse and all the doctors who sign the letter are not a source???? Hmmmm Let Me say I did write Hello I am a Baby in My Mommy's womb. The Letter to the Whitehouse is from
Dr. Richard T. F. Schmidt, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn,University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Dr. Vincent Collins, Professor of Anesthesiology, Northwestern University,University of Illinois Medical Center
Dr. John G. Masterson, Clinical Professor of Ob/Gyn, Northwestern University
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, F.A.C.O.G., Clinical Assistant Professor of Ob/Gyn,Cornell University
Dr. Denis Cavanaugh, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of South Florida
Dr. Watson Bowes, F.A.C.O.G., Professor of Material and Fetal Medicine,University of North Carolina
Dr. Byron Oberst, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Nebraska
Dr. Eugene Diamond, Professor of Pediatrics, Strict School of Medicine,Chicago, IL
Dr. Thomas Potter, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, New Jersey Medical College
Dr. Lawrence Dunegan, Instructor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of
Pittsburgh
Dr. Melvin Thornton, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of Texas (San Antonio)
Dr. Norman Vernig, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota(St. Paul)
Dr. Jerome Shen, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, St. Louis University
Dr. Fred Hofmeister, Past President, A.C.O.G., Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Dr. Matthew Bulfin, F.A.C.O.G., Lauderdale by the Sea, FL
Dr. Jay Arena, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, Duke University
Dr. Herbert Nakata, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, University of Hawaii
Dr. Robert Polley, Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics, University of Washington(Seattle)
Dr. David Foley, Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Dr. Anne Bannon, F.A.A.P., Former Chief of Pediatrics, City Hospital (St.Louis)
Dr. John J. Brennan, Professor of Ob/Gyn, Medical College of Wisconsin,(Milwaukee)
Dr. Walter F. Watts, Assistant Professor of Ob/Gyn, Strict School of Medicine,Chicago, IL
Dr. G. C. Tom Nabors, Assistant Clinical Professor of Ob/Gyn, Southwestern Medical College, Dallas, TX
Dr. Konald Prem, Professor of Ob/Gyn, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis)
Dr. Alfred Derby, F.A.C.O.G., Spokane, WA
Dr. Bernie Pisani, F.A.C.O.G., President, NY State Medical Society, Professor of Ob/Gyn, New York University
Are you talkin' Dubya's White House (and it is two separate words, by the way, dumbass)?

Who gives a smelly shit?
Dewhickey

Lawrenceburg, IN

#19 Apr 24, 2008
Pro Life JP Freeman wrote:
<quoted text>
Well you know part of the story is about you. Yes all except the part when the baby is aborted is your story as well as mine. The story describes human developement in the first trimester. Halequins are fiction Sorry you can not believe the truth. Now who is the jackasss......
Um, that would be you. HEE HAW!
Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#20 Apr 27, 2008
tori wrote:
that isn't even the full length or the way the poem goes you moron. if you're going to make me feel bad about something - at least try to do it correctly - not like a frickin idiot with a keyboard trying not to plagiarize a poem.
the problem with this is - you missed the emotion of the poem. you missed the feeling in the poem. and you missed the key stages of the poem.
next time, get it right, then maybe I'll believe you have some intelligence and you'll be taken seriously. alrighty. thank you for your time.
I wrote this story and so many others about 15 years ago. Is there a poem similar to my story please post it. I will try to post a new story every week.
Pro Life JP Freeman

Hazleton, PA

#21 Apr 27, 2008
Dewhickey wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you talkin' Dubya's White House (and it is two separate words, by the way, dumbass)?
Who gives a smelly shit?
No one Why would anyone want a smelly ....? The letter is from the Reagan Whitehouse (is that Better?) I am an Engineer not a secretary. Everyone knows engineers can not spell.One thing is for sure Abortion kills another human being.

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