I remember when I was sharing with elementary students how I had though at one time in my life that I would be a success in the business world whether it cost me my wife and children or not.
A little girl pipped up and said, "That is stupid!" - Children say the darnest things.
I couldn't argue with the truth.
Outwitted by a little girl, given the posts on here this isn't coming as much of a surprise, and the comment was demonstrably appalling, to anyone, regardless of age.
This anecdote is a poor defence of your claim, which itself was a very poor argument. A baby is very different from a zygote or blastocyst and from a developing foetus, and the reasons have been explained. The former is a separate sentient human being, whereas the latter is not, it is topologically connected to the woman whose body it is a part of, and uses her immune system, her metabolism and her blood for oxygen and nutrients. It also cannot survive without using her body, and if and when it can survive without using her body it is no longer a developing foetus.
The vast majority of abortions involve a blastocyst, which is just a clump of insentient cells. I doubt anyone here arguing for women's right to bodily autonomy, would argue that it wouldn't be better to avoid wherever possible late term abortions, by ensuring all women have free access to a termination as early as possible.