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WICHITA, Kansas, February 16, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – A growing baby in the womb punched himself in the face so hard it sent his head reeling.

The ultrasound video of Edmond James Watson has gone viral – over 141,000 views, with 34,000 in the last 24 hours.

Parents Dave and Vanessa Watson were tickled to see “EJ” via ultrasound, at their 20-week checkup on January 26. Then EJ popped himself in the nose.

Vanessa said she couldn't believe her eyes. “While I was watching this, I was like, 'Really!  Here!'” Vanessa said.

Assured that their baby was fine, Dave posted the video online for family and friends. “Within two days, we had articles in the Ukraine, Honduras, Italy, Telemundo,” the proud father said. “He's already more accomplished than I am.”

Mom and Dad say it's fun to see the comments folks post. They also say EJ just might be a boxer. “We were like, okay, maybe he's going to be some fighter of the UFC or some boxing guy,” Vanessa said.

Ultrasounds are powerful proof of the humanity of the preborn child. Throughout the United States, pro-abortionists are fighting state legislators over bills allowing mothers the option of seeing their babies via ultrasound before deciding to kill their children. 

A humorous ad for Doritos during the Super Bowl showed a baby in the womb reaching for the snack. The National Abortion Rights Action League tweeted, “NotBuyingIt – that Doritos ad using anti-choice tactic of humanizing fetuses[.]” 

LifeSiteNews's John Jalsevac retorted, “Every couple who has ever had an ultrasound has watched their baby being 'humanized' right in front of their eyes, which is why having an ultrasound is such a beautiful and moving experience.”

With modern ultrasounds, “couples can watch their babies kick about, suck their thumbs, respond to noises in the room, move away from the doctor's or nurse's touch, etc.”

Save The Storks CEO Joe Baker commented to LifeSiteNews, “There is a magical experience when a mother gets to see the person growing inside her for the first time. It's her first glimpse at the child's unique personality.”

The punching baby viral video is available above, or here.


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