90-Year-Old Mom Reunites With Daughter Conceived in Rape Who She Didn’t Abort
Patricia Hamlin is a face of abortion. No, she wasn’t a victim of abortion. Rather she was one of the babies who are aborted each and every day because they were conceived in rape.
Like so many other people, Hamlin could have become a statistic — another casualty in the war on unborn children. And her mother, Brooke Mayo, could have done something that most people support, including many pro-lifers, because they fail to see the humanity of the unborn baby in what is obviously a horrific sexual assault experience.
But, like so many mothers who rejected an abortion or were determined to give their baby a chance at life, Mayo decided not to have an abortion and made an adoption plan for Brooke. Now, 71 years later, they’re reunited.
When you were giving a baby up for adoption, they were supposed to just whisk her away. But a little before midnight, a kindly nurse bent the rules and brought her into the room for a few minutes.
Brooke named her Delphine.
“She was so beautiful to me,” Brooke said. “I held that little darling. But then I handed her back. I handed her back and I wasn’t going to think about her again.”
Read about the reunion here.