Partial excerpt from Randy Alcorn's Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments :
Argument 17. "Every child a wanted child. It's unfair to children to bring them into a world where they're not wanted."...
...Answer 17c. "Unwanted" describes not a condition of the child, but an attitude of adults.
The problem is not unwanted children, but unwanting adults. "Wanting" is simply one person's subjective and changeable feeling toward another. The unwanted child is a real person regardless of anyone else's feelings toward her. For years women were degraded when their value was judged by whether or not they were wanted by men. Just as a woman's value is real whether or not a man recognizes it, so a baby's value is real whether or not his mother or father recognizes it. "Every woman or child a wanted woman or child" is a good goal, but if a woman or child is not wanted, it does not justify killing her.