"She took some leaflets, but when I showed her the little feet pin she started to cry. We talked together for a while. We asked her what help she needed to keep the baby, said that whatever it was, we could provide it - God has never let us down!," explains Peachy.
She and Attwood then went with the woman to a nearby café where they could talk more about her options.
"She was afraid. Her husband was afraid," Peachy said. "She was a Catholic who believed in God. She wanted to have an early abortion because she thought it wasn't really a baby yet."
Attwood added: "After our conversation with her she was adamant she would keep the baby no matter what anybody said.
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