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Pro-Life Unity Welcomes Kari Darrow
My name is Kari Darrow. I was born in 1987, in London, Ontario, Canada, and I still live here. I like doing stuff on the computer a lot. I like to do web design, make graphics from pictures, etc.
In my spare time I like to go out and Volunteer at places like the food bank and such, I like helping people. I have a strong belief in God, i attend church regularly, 3 times a week or more. I have a twin-sister who died when we where babies and that greatly impacted my life. I get support from the Twinless Twin's Support Group. I also talk with others like me who also had a twin who has passed on and we try and help each others grief.
I became Pro-Life in July 2010, one month after I had an abortion. The abortion really impacted my life. I regret what I have done but I know God forgave me when I confessed it to him and asked him to forgive me.
I now want to help others who are thinking of going through with an abortion as well as people who have had one. I think my testimony will really help people. I want to start helping those who can’t speak for themselves, the unborn babies.
I became Pro-Life in July 2010, and the reason I became Pro-Life isn’t the greatest, nor am I proud of it. All I know is we all make mistakes and we learn from them. I sure did. On May 2010 i noticed something wasn’t right about my body. I went to the Birth Control Clinic in the London-Middlesex Heath Unit to take a pregnancy test because I knew there could be a chance that I was pregnant. It was confirmed that on May 12, 2010,
I was 4 weeks pregnant. I was so scared and devastated. I couldn’t believe what I heard and I started to cry in front of the Doctors that told me this. I told them right away that I was choosing
to have an abortion. I called a lot of close people to tell them what I had found out including the father of the baby. That night I did not want to be alone so my younger sister came over
to spend the night.
On May 13, 2010 I called the Woman’s Health Clinic at Victoria Hospital to book my appointment for an ultrasound. They had to wait until I was 6-8 weeks pregnant. They booked it for June 4, 2010. When that date came I went to the clinic for the ultrasound. I was kinda excited about it. When I got to see the fetus something in my heart changed. I wanted this baby. They even showed me the babies little heart. I really felt like I wanted to change my mind. But I also was too scared to continue with the pregnancy. So, I let my mom talk me into having an abortion. I did feel like I was taking someone’s life from them.
On June 18, 2010, I was getting the abortion. I felt very scared that morning, because I knew what I was going to do would change my life. My friend and I went to Victoria Hospital at 7am. The appointment was at 7:30am. When I got there I was led into a room with a lot of people. They gave me a gown and slippers to put on. I was in bed for an hour until they told me to take 2 white pills. At 8am they put in my IV. I could tell that most of the women there were for abortions. They cried. I asked my friend why am I not crying. They said it was because I was thinking more about myself, the women crying were thinking more about the baby.
Maybe some of them didn’t want an abortion but got talked into it by a doctor because of pregnancy complications. I felt bad for the women that cried. At 8:30am they took me to another room where they quickly put me to sleep. Before I fell asleep I remember seeing 4 doctors with a lot of surgical tools. I woke up in the recovery room feeling like it never even happened. But I knew it did.
I killed my baby.
I told myself wow, it is now done. At the time I didn’t know a lot about the procedure. I felt so depressed after getting it done because the feeling of not being pregnant anymore really struck me. It was like I missed it. I now know what it’s like to lose a child. At the end of June, almost a week after the abortion I fell into a really bad depression, to the point where I needed someone to talk to. I went to my pastor for help and it did help.
I believe that all aborted babies go to heaven. God knew them before he formed them in the womb. I even named my baby Kacey. Its a boy’s and girls name. I was 11 weeks when I let my baby go to heaven.
On July 18, 2010 I confessed to God what I had done and I asked him to forgive me.
Jeremiah 1:5 Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.