She Changed Her Mind About Having an Abortion and Soon Her Child Will Be a Millionaire at Age 22

I am a huge Ohio State fan and when they are playing I don’t answer my door or my phone.

They are marching towards the national championship and one of the biggest reasons why is because a woman decided to have an abortion, but then changed her mind and she walked out of the clinic and she had a baby boy.

For you Ohio State fans, you know that JK Dobbins is a major star on the team and he and Justin Fields work well together and it shows on the scoreboard.

Michigan has one of the toughest defenses against the run in the Big 10, but Dobbins ran them over for 211 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Just think, if his mother had gone through with her abortion, we would never of had the pleasure to see him play.

That would have been a terrible loss. It was a very courgeous thing for an 18 year old girl who is pregnant and an absentee dad, but she managed and she gave her son an excellent set of values.

You could make a case for Dobbins winning the Heisman Trophy but he is overshadowed by Justin Fields and Chnce Young.

From The Blaze

During one of the biggest college football games of the season, a broadcaster told the origin story of Ohio State star running back J.K. Dobbins, whose mother considered abortion before ultimately walking out of the clinic and choosing life for her son.

Dobbins is one of the best players in the nation at any position this year, and his story — told on a massive national stage — serves as a powerful example that all life deserves a chance.

After Dobbins scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter of Ohio State’s win over rival Michigan, Fox announcer Gus Johnson told the story.

“J.K. Dobbins’ mom, Mya, became pregnant when she was 18 years old,” Johnson said. “She went to the doctor because she was thinking about aborting the baby, but changed her mind. That baby turned out to be that young man — J.K. Dobbins, who she calls her ‘miracle baby.'”


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