Welcome to my site! I look forward to sharing my journey with you. Please take this as a formal invitation to get to know me a little better. My road in this life has been a painful walk through the epicenter of human depravity, but cumulatively the pain of my story of rescue from abortion, experience in foster care, and my subsequent adoption, resulted in my holistic pro-life ethic. I aim to reach women with real hope. Namely, my focus as an advocate is the life-saving work of foster care and adoption.
Before I tell you more about my childhood, I do want to tell you about my life now because I believe it is the best part of my story. I’m the mother of a handsome little boy, Jesse, and welcomed him into the world summer of 2017.
I currently reside in Greater New Orleans, Louisiana near my adopted parents and some of my biological family, and I work with Louisiana Right to Life. I’ve written many pieces on my own life and also on a variety of pro-life issues. I hope you take a few minutes and check those out! If you want to hear my story before reading about it, watch the video below!
In short, I was delivered by New Orleans abortionist Dr. Ifeanyi Okpalobi at six and a half months (26-weeks) after my birth mother, an immigrant from Honduras, was referred to him because his costs were low. When I was born, I wasn’t breathing and he wanted to leave me for dead. My mother, in that quick moment in time, fought for my life and that is a big reason why I’m here today. I spent nearly eight years in the Louisiana foster care system and was finally adopted at the age of nine.
In my biological family (some pictured), I have ten siblings but in my adopted family, I am an only child. I’m thankful to be alive even though my life before my adoption was difficult. My hope is that after hearing my story more people will believe that choosing life, regardless of difficult circumstances, is always the best choice for women and their families.