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I don’t know that I do respond. I can’t even imagine the possibility. I waited my whole life for Owen. They told me I might not be able to have kids, because I have a condition called hemihypertrophy (my right side is larger than my left) and they didn’t know how my body would handle a baby. The only way I would ever abort a child is if they told me it was already gone. I can’t place a judgement or let a condition be an excuse either because if my parents had a choice would they have kept this one in a million chance baby. Life is a gift, Owen is my gift. I will sit on the fence and know that I am glad that I didn’t have to make that choice.

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