Lane Kim, Gilmore Girls
Lane Kim deserves to have a lot of good baby-free sex before she decides she’s ready to be a mother. One awkward encounter on the beach isn’t going to cut it. She takes some time to think it over, mostly as a nod to appearances (she wants to at least pay lip service to her pro-life, conservative Christian heritage), then calls Lorelai and asks her for a ride to the clinic. They go out for burgers afterward, and Lorelai keeps up a high level of patter every minute they’re in the waiting room, which for once Lane appreciates.
She never tells Zack about the abortion. More surprisingly, she never tells Rory. She loves Rory, but the idea of telling her and then watching Rory not-listen before launching in to a story about yachts and finding herself is just too much.
Ten years later, after extended tours of Europe, Australia, and South America, (and plenty of good sex, in beds, with no sand in them) Lane lets herself think about having kids again.
She’s not against it.
Lily Potter, Harry Potter
There wasn’t really much to say about it. They were barely into their twenties and on the run from a powerful, genocidal maniac. Years later, after Neville Longbottom fulfilled the prophecy and destroyed Voldemort, James was the one to bring it up.
“I know we said we wouldn’t,” he began. “And it isn’t that I’m not happy now, just the two of us.”
“I would,” she said. “I would if you would.”
He smiled. “You don’t mind I’ll be a little bit old?”
“You’re not old,” she said, and she meant it."
— Fictional Characters Whose Lives Would Have Been Vastly Improved By An Abortion by Mallory Ortberg