Sunday, March 11, 2012

I Would Love to Know Your Thoughts on This...

7 comments :

whyamysmiles said...

No, you wouldn't. Believe me.

Kellee said...

How can they say they love that little girl if they would have aborted it because it would have been hardship on them to care for a child with down syndrome. The story does say that they sued on the fact of negligence. People make mistakes as we are human. It sounds to me that the family is just greedy and I do not agree with it.

Anonymous said...

Wow they should not have the privelage of keeping their baby. What would happen when thier child finds out? wow! that is BS.

Becky said...

Since I am appalled at anyone who wants to have an abortion, it is hard for me to process this whole thing. I can understand law suits that occur for medical negligence. But, the fact that they would have aborted and now are seeking money, and awarded 3 million as well, just is sickening. What is happening in our world? Where are people's morals? Does not anyone stand up at all for what is ethically right? And how can this law suit not be about abortion? That is their claim...they would have aborted had they known. You see, though, I still think God is smiling up in heaven. His plan supersedes all human plans because this child was born. For whatever reason, the test was wrong and allowed this child to come into the world. This child is making a difference. God will be the one to pass judgement on this family someday, not us, on their possible greed, idea that abortion is okay, whatever their motives may have been. I will pray for this child because to be raised in a family that "would have aborted if they had known" is really really sad. How do you explain that one...or are their expectations so low for this child they do not care? I have said enough...the rest I give up to God.

Christie said...

I just don't know what to say. It makes me sick that people can be like that. Like Becky says, judgement of those parents are up to God. I pray that baby gets the care she needs and deserves.

Leah said...

It's hard to believe that people can think like that, but they do. That's the sad part. I guess legally they had a point, but I can't imagine even thinking for a moment that I would have ended my child's life. That is only up to God. And $3M, really? That's crazy! I only hope that one day their little girl doesn't find out about this, and if so, hopefully she can forgive them as God can if they ask for His forgiveness.

Jenny said...

It just stinks...
I had three ultrasounds while pregnant with Russell and they found nothing...Even after the last one when I was at about 32 weeks I specifically asked if they were sure everything looked ok cause I had a strange feeling that something wasn't right...I was told everything was fine. Having Russell has been my greatest blessing and I could not even imagine going back and trying to sue.
What a horrible nasty message to send to your child and those around you. It's awful.