There is something called the NAP.
No...no. Not where you sleep in the middle of the afternoon. It is the Non-aggression policy. The NAP has a philosophy similar to that of traditional religion: If I like something or dislike something, I shouldn't project the idea with force upon another. If I like this thing, I, nevertheless, shouldn't force other people to like it regardless of that they like it or not.
Keeping the idea of the choice of keeping the baby to herself is both pro-life and pro-choice. Such women on such issue would sound like this.
"Yeah, I feel it is a right to women. Like women should be able to choose if they abort the baby or not. Others could easily abort. Me? I won't. My baby means a lot to me and I will probably not abort her, but I respect those who really want an abortion and I believe they have the chance to do it, as well as not do it, just like me right now."
I mean, Pro-life vs pro-choice isn't really pro-abortion and anti-abortion. Being both pro-life and pro-choice means valuing life, but at the same time not shoving your idea up of someone's stomach. It is possible to be both, and being both is not half bad.