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4 Things Birthmoms Want Adoptive Parents to Know

Don’t make promises regarding contact during pregnancy (or anytime for that matter) that you are not certain you can keep. When you make promises and don’t keep them, it then causes us to question everything you promised us about how you’d raise our child. Please know that when we call our child “our child” on MORE

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Getting Help

The adoption process can be confusing, not to mention emotionally trying.  You may feel that you have nobody to talk to – but be reassured that you are not alone; nearly 50% of pregnancies are unplanned. And that percentage is much higher for women 15-24.  These are some places that you can look to for MORE

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Placing a Child for Adoption – FAQ

If you arrived at this page because you searched for “how do I give up my baby for adoption”, we wish to point out that sociological or legal factors often force birth parents to relinquish their parental rights and make a child available for adoption — which is very different from abandoning them or “giving MORE

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