“Your little one is sleeping soundly.
Your little one sleeps upon a cloud drifting high above.
And gently dreams of peaceful things surrounded by your love.”
The world has gone nuts.
I totally do not get this story. The mother willingly goes to a clinic to have her baby disposed of - would like to have a funeral for the aborted child ... the clinic didn't provide for that. Woman complains - she doesn't even know what her baby looked like. The clinic sends a sympathy card with ultra sound images. Woman is devastated.
In June, 29-year-old Nicky Windsor had an abortion at the Conifer House clinic in England. Then, after the procedure, the clinic sent her a sympathy card that read, “Your little one is sleeping soundly. Your little one sleeps upon a cloud drifting high above. And gently dreams of peaceful things surrounded by your love.” Shockingly, the card came with two ultrasound pictures of her unborn baby.
The Daily Mail reports that Windsor believes the clinic sent the sympathy card as an apology after she complained to their staff for not offering her a single burial for her aborted baby. However, the card had the opposite effect and devastated Windsor. She explained, “I couldn’t believe my eyes. It’s absolutely disgraceful. I’ve never known anything like it. What were they trying to do to me? Why on earth would I want scan pictures? Going through a procedure like that is traumatic enough so to have it all brought back to me in the way that they did was absolutely shocking.”
She added, “When I first got the card I thought it was a nice gesture but when I opened it up and saw two baby scans it absolutely shattered me. It was just an awful feeling. It felt as if I had to go through the loss all over again.”
She concluded, “Since then I’ve kept thinking of myself holding the baby but when I look down time I can’t see a face – it’s just nothing. How is it right that they can do that to me? Someone could have got seriously depressed after something like this, it’s sick.” - LifeNews
Loss? She was devastated? Can't see a face? How is it right they can do that to you? Someone could get depressed? It's sick?
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