When I was 20 weeks pregnant with our first child, I chatted with a friend about our upcoming ultrasound. “We find out whether we’re having a boy or a girl tomorrow,” I said.
She nodded with a slight smile, and responded, “And you find out if your baby is healthy tomorrow. I hope it’s good news.”
I later learned that my friend’s previous two 20-week ultrasounds had displayed a baby with anencephaly and then a baby with a severe heart defect. Neither lived.
Keep reading Peeking Into the Womb: A Christian Response to Advancing Ultrasound Technology over at her.meneutics.