Pro-aborts would have us think the unborn baby living and growing in a woman’s womb is merely a piece of tissue, to be disposed of as the woman sees fit.

Here’s a question for you:

When was the last time you saw a piece of bodily tissue SMILE?

The Telegraph reports, Nov. 14, 2014, that Amy Cregg and Leighton Hargreaves of Church, Accrington Lancashire in the UK, say their son Leo David Hargreaves could just be the cheeriest baby in the country because he smiles all the time since he was born on June 30.

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In fact, little Leo was smiling even before he was born.

The 4D ultrasound image below is of Leo grinning in Cregg’s tummy when he was 31 weeks old.

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The 4D scan – which captured gender, growth and the weight – was taken at Babybond Ultrasound Direct clinic in Burnley. A spokesman for the clinic said: “Our sonographer who scanned Amy and her gorgeous baby was overwhelmed at her smiley baby throughout the entire scan. I think we can safely say that Amy’s baby has been the smiliest baby we’ve ever seen.”

Cregg, a rehabilitation support worker, said: “Leighton and I were absolutely shocked – even the people who did my scan were amazed. I’ve been walking in the park and had people come up to me and say, ‘What a gorgeous baby!’”

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Modelling companies, and Next, the high-street fashion chain, have already been in touch with the couple to express an interest in signing-up Leo.

But Cregg and Hargreaves, a painter and decorator, say there’s no rush to put pen to paper. “I’d be interested in doing modelling, but only when Leo’s older.”

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~Eowyn

Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.