He's 12, and she's 11, making them some of the youngest pro-life ralliers outside Planned Parenthood on Wednesday.
"We're here to join in the march that they're doing to let people know that abortion's bad," explained Faith Berry. "And to help try to stop it."
We're told more than 300 people made the march from St. Ann's to Planned Parenthood, all to spread their pro-life message.
"There are many people in Midland Texas, in Odessa Texas that don't even know that there is a thriving, unfortunately, abortion mill right in their midst," said rallier Mike Banschbach.
It's been 40 years since the Roe vs. Wade case passed in the Supreme Court.
This was one of the driving forces behind Wednesday's rally outside Planned Parenthood.
Big2 also spoke with administrators on the other side of the fence and they tell us this anniversary is a celebration for women's rights.
"On this anniversary we're really reflecting back and looking at continuing to provide access to women," said Planned Parenthood CEO Carla Holeva.
Despite the numerous signs and prayers offered beyond their fence, Holeva says the services at Planned Parenthood will continue as usual.
"It's business as usual today at Planned Parenthood, like it is 5 days a week," explained Holeva. "We're continuing to provide quality health care services to women in need."
But if you'd ask Faith and William Berry what women need, they'd tell you something completely different.
"Abortion's really bad and people should stop," said Faith.
"It's basically just murder," stated William.
Showing that people born generations after the Roe versus Wade decision in 1973, can still have strong opinions on both sides of the issue.
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