Adoptive Families Blog

Let Lifetime Help You With Your Newborn Adoption

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on January 15, 2015

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Newborn adoption is a prayer come true for waiting families. After months or years of yearning, searching, hoping, and praying, bringing home your own little boy or girl is an indescribable moment of joy, and the greatest blessing one can receive.

Lifetime Adoption can help you realize this dream by connecting you to our extensive listing of nationwide adoption situations. The current listing includes almost 50 expectant mothers. Many of them are interested in open adoption, and all of them are considering adoption, finding the perfect home for their child. They’ve partnered with Lifetime because they know Lifetime’s specialty is supporting and helping birthparents find the match they’ve been hoping for.

If you’d like to be presented to these and other birthmothers, you can fill out a free application to become a Lifetime family. After Lifetime reviews and processes your application, you will be contacted about moving forward in the adoption journey; this usually takes anywhere from three to ten days. During the wait, it is a good idea to learn more about adoption, especially if you are new to the process. A good place to start is with Mardie Caldwell’s book, Called to Adoption: A Christian’s Guide to Answering the Call.

Once you become a Lifetime family, you will be presented to birthparents whose criteria you meet (and who meet your criteria as well) and who are generally in their fifth to seventh month of pregnancy. Should a successful match be made, you may be able to experience the last months of pregnancy alongside the birthmother, be present in the hospital when the baby is born, and take your baby home from the hospital like you have always hoped for.

If this sounds like the newborn adoption you’ve been dreaming of, the best way to get started is by reaching out to a Lifetime adoption professional, either through the free online application, or by calling 1-800-923-6784.

Topics: Newborn Adoption