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If you’re thinking about adoption for your baby, looking for adoptive parents is the next big step. But you’re probably wondering, “Where can I find parents to adopt my baby?” Find out where to find a family and what to look for in your search here.
Have you picked out the perfect adoptive family for your baby? If so, it’s time to really start getting to know them. But, how do you know which questions to ask prospective adoptive parents and which to avoid? Prepare yourself here.
With hundreds of adoptive family profiles to look through, how can you be sure that a couple is safe to adopt from just a few pictures? Learn more about the adoptive family screening process here to ensure the best future for your baby.
As a prospective birth mother, you have one of the most important roles in the adoption process — finding the perfect adoptive family for your baby. But, what are your options? What kind of attributes should you be looking for in your child’s future family? Find out all of the above and more in this...
As a woman considering adoption for your baby, you want to do what’s best for your future. But, what if that means having limited contact with your baby, or none at all, after the adoption is over? Here’s what you can expect to happen if you choose an open, semi‐open, or closed adoption.
Many prospective birth mothers contact adoption agencies while they’re in the midst of looking for an adoptive family. But, what if you already have an adoptive family in mind? If this sounds like your situation, here is what you should know about an independent adoption.