The Latest Pregnancy Trend: Ultrasound Fingernails
A beautician from England has discovered the latest in on-trend pregnancy fashion. Ultrasound fingernails. Most likely to the dismay of Planned Parenthoods and other pro-abortionists everywhere (see Celebs Celebrate Christmas with Planned Parenthood Party… and Mila Kunis Donates to Planned Parenthood in Pence’s Name. But the Joke’s on Her…).
It's hard to claim "it's just a clump of cells" when gals are paying top dollar for a fetal manicure. That's not what it's really called. But it should be. I'm trademarking it now.
A beautician has drawn global attention after she turned a customer’s baby scan into a nail design.
Sarah Clarke of Sarenity Hair and Beauty in Stockton-on-Tees, Co Durham, England painted Stacey Donaldson’s nail by copying an ultrasound image of her unborn child.
Since posting a picture of the nail to Facebook, the 34-year-old’s unique design has gone viral, being shared tens of thousands of times.
“It just went mental,” Sarah told the Press Association. “I’m totally shocked at the reaction.”
Sarah’s salon now has a host of bookings from next month for “baby scan nails”, including many customers who lost their child during pregnancy.
Here's what I find interesting about the pro-life/pro-abortion/"when is a baby a baby" debate. Pro-aborts like to call pro-lifers anti-science. Yet because of science and technological breakthroughs, a baby feels more like a baby early on. 3D Ultrasounds. Expecting parents giving photos to family members like they were school pictures. Now painting their unborn babies on their nails.
Fingernails are even what made Juno decide not to kill it.
The more science allows us to celebrate life the minute the doctor says "we know why you're late," the more abortion stops being even a consideration for most people. Yeah, getting it drawn on a temporary fingernail seems silly. And trendy just for the sake of being trendy. But no one doing this sees a clump of cells. They see their child.
Don't discount the impact these make. Sometimes all it takes is a moment of pause for a woman considering an abortion.
Woman considering abortion: "What's that painted on your nails?"
Mother: "It's my unborn baby!"
Woman: "Really? That's what it looks like? How far along are you?"
And voila, a discussion is born. Non-confrontational, from simple curiosity. And yes, those kinds of conversations sway doubtful women away from abortion. Trust us. Showing the humanity of the unborn is exactly why Planned Parenthood never wants to show women ultrasounds.
Now women are putting on their fingernails.