Pregnant Musings

When I was a child, I remember putting my head on my mother’s pregnant belly and waiting for the baby to move. It was mysterious and magical. When my next sibling was born, my sister and I were woken in the wee hours of the morning and taken to the hospital. There we greeted our newest brother before the world even knew he existed. It felt secret, almost sacred. Looking back, I realise what a blessing it was to have been raised in a family and surrounded by a community ...
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About the Author

Chelsea Pietsch

Chelsea Pietsch is a wife and mother living in Adelaide. She is also the secretary of Lutherans for Life (LFL), which seeks to promote the dignity of all human life from conception until natural death. Be sure to check out LFL’s resources on their website: