Where Babies Come From*

Why-Storks-Deliver-BabiesOld Myth: When a lady wants to be a mommy, a stork magically appears overhead with a baby in its beak and drops it into the lady’s house! But if the lady doesn’t want it–poof!–the stork takes it away!

Baby+in+uteroNew Myth: When a lady wants to be a mommy, a lump of “tissue” in her tummy magically turns into a baby! But if the lady doesn’t want it–poof!–it turns back into “tissue” and a doctor takes it away!

Myths may change with the times.

But they’re still myths.


*More babies are born in July and August than any other time of the year.

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25 Responses to Where Babies Come From*

  1. It’s sad how many people want no “human rights” for the unborn.

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  2. I don’t like, but I agree. šŸ˜„

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  3. Brilliant. Sometimes I tell people it is amazing that being on one side or the other of 1/8th thickness of skin determines if it is a child.

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  4. Simple and clear. Mitch magic.

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  5. Hetty Eliot says:

    That’s a great illustration of the cognitive dissonance of the pro-“choice” camp.

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  6. gpavants says:


    Yes, so true. Lord wake people up!



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  7. Reblogged this on The Chronicles of Ms. K and commented:
    I’ve been following Mitch’s blog for several months and I’ve always enjoyed his posts. I thought today’s post was not only good, but necessary to share.

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  8. This is one of the most powerful arguments against abortion.

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  9. Yes, those who see no moral difference between a late-term abortion and removal of a mole are indeed much like those enthralled by the stork myth.

    At the other extreme, those who see no moral difference between infanticide and taking mifepristone (aka RU-486) after a rape are enthralled by another myth.  Their myth is that it is easy to know what is right, however hard it may be to do it.

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  10. Ann Coleman says:

    In my opinion, the most valid argument against the pro-choice movement is that if life doesn’t begin at birth, then when exactly does it begin? And if a fetus is only a baby if it’s wanted, then logically, the only thing that makes anyone human is being wanted. It’s a complicated issue for sure.

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  11. Shonnie says:

    Babies are a beautiful blessing from God. Since heā€™s the creator for all things.šŸŒø

    Psalms 127:3-Look! Sons are an inheritance from Jehovah; The fruit of the womb is a reward.

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  12. Good for you, Mitch. This is the biggest lie that is being promoted in society, along with so terribly many others.
    Children being made to be destroyed. It is horrifying, but true, and it has cheapened the lives of the children who are allowed to be born. It is also destroying the lives and souls of their biological parents, and those who mindlessly promote this mas murder as ‘a right’ and no one’s business. There is no sense politically. Those who would continue to press the open-ended spread of abortion, (to the point of actually killing a surviving child), are the ones who want health-care and living wages for the families, and those who claim to be ‘pro-life’ are possibly causing more horrific decisions to destroy life with mindless murder, based on their economic realities.
    Prayer. We all need to get people to get their heads out of the fog and put children first.That has truly been lost, from what I see in the lives of the children in my grandchildren’s schools. No one is caringly raising most children. The parents have become negligent and self-centered. Many out of the necessity of all of them trying to work to stay out of slums, others who have fallen into the slums, but the children are not home and when they are, they are given little family life. Even those doing better economically have them in too many outside activities. Again, children are not being put FIRST. For all the running around, being home, truly seeing what each child needs, being nurtured, is no longer important to most people.

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  13. TEP336 says:

    Nicely done, Mitch.

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  14. Yael_Eliyahu says:

    As a mom of 2 with an 11 day old baby, I have to say that this hits a touch harder than it usually does. When Self is the greatest god, than personal pleasure, ease, and convenience are the greatest forms of worship. This is taught in school, it is expected in college, and the norm in adult life. It is our responsibility to expose and remove the idolatry within this country, otherwise there will be no change.

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  15. Jorge Medico says:

    Enjoying your blog! Keep posting.

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