The excitement of embracing your baby for the first time is unique. For her it was even more special. This is the true story of Tatiana, who is #CountingTheDays to embrace the little Murilo. Huggies is a brand concerned about every moment between a mother and a son, including one of the most important: the first time they meet.
From Christina Martin, Live Action News:
Tatiana Guerra is a 30-year-old mother from Brazil who is pregnant with her second child. At the age of 17, Guerra lost her sight. A YouTube video titled “Meeting Murillo” from the Brazilian branch of Huggies shows Tatiana getting an ultrasound at 20 weeks.
...As Guerra is telling the doctor how she imagines her son’s little chubby hands, a 3D printer is taking her ultrasound image and turning it into a small sculpture.
A beautiful surprise is about to take place that will cause many viewers to tear up. The doctor asks Guerra, “If you could touch him, would that let you know what he’s like?” She says yes. “If you held him, would you feel it?” the doctor asks.
She says yes again and the doctor hands her the ultrasound sculpture wrapped in a white cloth. “That’s your son,” he says. Guerra is completely surprised and overwhelmed with emotion.
The doctor says, “That’s an image of your son. See if he feels the way you think he does.”
Guerra touches her finger over the words in braille and reads aloud, “I am your son.” As she’s laughing with joy she says, “I am very happy to meet Murilo, before he’s born.”
This is so beautiful.
In Obama's world and Debbie Wasserman Schultz's world and Russ Feingold's world and those of all other extremist pro-abortion proponents, Tatiana should have the right to kill Murilo at any point during her pregnancy and even after in the case of a botched abortion.
This tender moment of a mother embracing her son for the first time, a blind woman "seeing" her sweet baby boy, is so eye-opening.
Late-term abortion proponents, like so many elected Democrats, are monstrous.
They continue to deny science and technology.
Murilo is a human being. He's not born yet, but he is a human being and his mother loves him.