Not your screen monkey (he/him)
I believe that life begins at conception, but recognize that reasonable folk can differ. While I oppose abortion, I pragmatically accept that an absolute ban is highly unlikely.
So I support:
1) exceptions in the case of the life of the mother
2) bans after a certain period of gestation (I have not settled on a particular time period)
3) general policies that reduce the societal pressures leading to someone deciding to abort
4) general policies that streamline the adoption process
I think those are well considered reasons, though I always push people to not merely consider the life of the mother, but also the health of the mother since a pregnancy may threaten her health, particularly reproductive health, more than her life. There are pregnancy complications that can ruin a woman's fertility and I think it's generally preferable to abort a non-viable pregnancy that could ruin her chances of trying again and having a healthy child.
For me, our general failure at #3 convinces me to support access to safe abortions on the woman's choice.