Dedicated to my aborted sibling, just before the 22nd anniversary of his passing (2/14/17).
Thirty one years ago, May 2nd, a woman gave birth to her first child, a little girl, who arrived exactly on schedule. There were tears of joy, lots of smiles, etc as the parents, grandparents and others got to meet her. Anyone could clearly tell this baby was a welcome addition to the family. What […]
A reflection written a few months back, for those wondering how I got started in this ministry: Susi O Fanabba was born in early ’95 when I was 10 years old, although I didn’t find out about her until almost 11 years later. And it was several years after that, before I actually really got […]
This was originally shared on my australian blog ( http://abortiongroup.com/index.php/design-and-features/easyblog?view=entry&id=15 ) Hi 🙂 My name is Renee. I live in America and lost my youngest sibling to abortion in ’95. I have become very active in trying to raise awareness of the pain that we siblings often feel and reaching out to the post abortive/abortion minded […]
For those who are interested, here is a link to the first part of my interview for Live Action: http://liveactionnews.org/the-unique-pains-and-blessings-of-being-a-postabortive-sibling/ It was a great honor to take part, and part 2 will likely be up within a few days. It always means a lot to find people who are supportive of my outreach and helping […]
Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot more posts from my friends on facebook who are expecting. Several all at once. And I hear about how the siblings are looking forward to meeting the youngest, etc. I rejoice with them 🙂 Sincerely. But at the same time, I know lots of women who have miscarried, or […]
That life altering day, Joseph Michael died, and Susi O Fanabba was born. As many of you know, Susi O Fanabba is not my birth name, but rather an acronym for ‘surviving sibling of an aborted baby’. For years, I had no idea I would ever be using it. I gave virtually no thought to the siblings […]