Adoption May Be Your Best Decision…
Not everyone is ready to be a parent when they become pregnant. However, we are ready to help you make the best decision for you and your family. As you decide what is best for you and your baby, you may be asking some of these questions:
What Are Some Common Questions Mothers Ask?
Many mothers are faced with important questions, such as:
- How will I support this baby?
- How will I meet my goals for my education and career?
- Who will the father-figure be for my baby?
- Am I ready to limit my social activities so I can care for my baby?
Can I Love My Baby And Still Consider Adoption?
Of course! Many adopted children grow up with immense gratitude for the decision their birth mother made when they were in the same situation you are in.
How Could I Carry A Baby For Nine Months and Then Give It Away?
Asking this question shows that you are already bonding with the life inside you. Adoption is not “giving away” your baby, as if you don’t care. Instead, you would be making an adoption plan to provide the best life possible for your baby, and that decision would be based on love and responsibility.
How Will I Know How My Baby Is Doing?
You have the choice of having an open adoption. In an open adoption, you can choose and meet prospective parents who are carefully screened, and pick the ones that sound best for your baby. Depending on the degree of openness that you want, you can exchange information and know how your baby is doing.
How Many Women Choose Adoption Each Year?
More than 120,000 women choose adoption for their babies each year!