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Miracle of Twins

Baby Gregory UltrasoundWe are thrilled by a kick and in awe over an ultrasound picture.  

This week a video went viral that a French nurse posted of twin babies being bathed with a new technique.  People are in awe over the love expressed by the twins as they cling to eacher like they are yet again in the womb.  

Mothers and people of all backgrounds are cooing over this beautiful video:

"They’re already born, but they might not know it yet. This video of a unique bath is offering an amazing look at what life must be like for twins in the womb, with the babies cuddling and embracing as if they were still in their mom’s belly."

Annabel Roberts of NBC News at Today's Moms.

The mystery of new life is an incredible thing wheter it is the bond between mother and child or the bond between two siblings in the womb.

fetus12weeksThe debate today surrouning abortion does not regard what is created in the womb.  The debate is over the value of the unborn child.  The bond between these siblings is something that began in utero.  In what should be the safest place for developing pre-born babies.  

I hope you enjoyed this video and remember that creation of new life is truly a masterpiece.  While it may not be fully understood there is no denying that it is something distinct and unique.  

Food for Thought:

People often struggle with the Church's teaching regarding abortion.  Their problem is not over whether or not there is a child, the problem is over the value and the ability for another person to have a say over the woman's body.  

The Church is solid in her position on life because the unborn, from the moment of conception, is recognized with great worth that is beyong any person's undrestanding.  Science shows us the masterpiece of life in the womb but how can we begin to fatham such a strong pre-born relationship between two twins.  

What if one of those twins had been aborted?  It is commonly done. . . 

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you . . ." Jeremiah 1:5

Timmerie

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