Monday, October 26, 2020

What Happens When You Chose to Give Your Child Up for Adoption

Choosing to give up your child for adoption is never an easy decision to make. The aftermath of this decision will follow you throughout the rest of your life, so you should very carefully consider all your options before making the choice that's best for you and your child. 

Once you've made the decision to go through the adoption process, you should reach out to an adoption specialist or facilitator. They will likely be connected to the best adoption agencies for birth mothers and will be able to answers any questions about the process. 

The specialist or facilitator will help you choose the perfect adoptive family for your child. You will have complete control in choosing your child's future home. All the potential families are vetted by the adoption agency and have passed a home study and additional background texts. You can even chose to meet the family. 

In some cases, the decision to give the child up for adoption is not made until after the birth. This is quite common and adoption agencies have protocols in place should this occur. If the decision is made while in the hospital, the agency will still allow you to choose the family and can even let you communicate with them as they head to the hospital to receive their new family member. Agencies will also accept infants weeks or even months after they came home from the hospital.

It's understandable that the decision takes a while to make and you'll still have control over the family choice. No matter when you go through the adoption process, you will always have the option to meet the family and even chose to conduct an open adoption. This will allow you to have regular contact with your child after the adoption is completed. 

Once you decide to go through with an adoption, you can be rest assured that a large group of people will work alongside you tirelessly to ensure that your child is loved. 

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