Pregnant conservative commentator Allie Stuckey used her own pregnancy to help expecting mothers out in a big way.
Stuckey, who is due to give birth this month to her and her husband's first child, told her social media followers that she didn't want them to send her baby gifts, but directed them to choose something off an Amazon wish list to benefit a Texas pregnancy center.
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Stuckey shared the link on her Twitter page Wednesday with a caption that said, "Many sweet followers have asked if I have a baby registry. As of today I do...but it's not for me!! Purchase any item on this registry & it will go directly to a pregnancy center in TX doing AMAZING work for expectant mothers & their babies. Thank you!"
Many sweet followers have asked if I have a baby registry. As of today I do...but it’s not for me!! Purchase any it… https://t.co/9MlObpR8RR— Allie Beth Stuckey (@Allie Beth Stuckey)1558559857.0
The conservative's tweet went viral and had received more than 9,000 likes by the time of this writing.
On Friday, Stuckey shared an Instagram post revealing that her plea had delivered beyond expectations.
She captioned the Instagram post — a photo of a room with Amazon boxes piled nearly to the ceiling, "Guys! Just 2 days after I posted the registry for the pro-life pregnancy center in TX, more than 140 packages arrived at their door. In these boxes were hundreds of pre-natal vitamins, dozens of cribs, diaper bags, pacifiers, strollers and more for pregnant mothers in need."
"The packages continued to arrive for days," she added. "Thank you all for your generosity and for demonstrating what it means to be pro-life— caring for the mother and the child. You can still purchase or donate via the link in my profile. Happy Friday!"