My name is Atlee Breland. I’m a lifelong Mississippian, a wife, a mother, and a Christian. That’s me at the left with my daughters, who are five years old, and I also have a three-year-old son. My husband and I live in the Jackson area, and I’m a part-time freelance programmer.
When my husband and I decided to have children, we were dismayed to find ourselves dealing with infertility. After prayer and consideration, we decided to proceed with infertility treatment. With the help of our wonderful doctors, we were fortunate enough to become pregnant. Our twin daughters were born in September 2006, and our son came two years later. We’re incredibly blessed to have them, and we’re so grateful to both God and medicine.
I’ve never considered myself a pro-choice activist. I’m not a member of NOW or Planned Parenthood or the ACLU, and this site isn’t being sponsored by any other organization. I’ve got no conflicts of interest to disclose.
I’m just an ordinary mother, who wants to make sure that every couple facing infertility has the same options that I did. That’s why I started Parents Against MS 26.
Parents Against Personhood is a state- and federally-registered political action committee.