Birth Parents Blog

What to Do If You're Unsure About Adoption

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on June 20, 2017

unsure about adoption.jpgWould you like to find out more about placing your baby for adoption, but aren’t ready to talk about it just yet? You can email, text, or chat with Lifetime Adoption any time of the day or night.

We’ll help you decide what you need, and how Lifetime can help.

If you’d like to send us a text message, here’s our number:
1-800-923-6784.

You can chat live confidentially with one our caring Adoption Coordinators by clicking the orange button that says “Start Chat” at the bottom right of your screen.

And you can message us here…when you fill out that contact form you can ask for adoption info to be sent to you, through email or in a plain, unmarked envelope.

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Maybe you're dealing with an unplanned pregnancy, or maybe you're thinking about adoption for your child who's already born. Lifetime can help you in either case.  Do you need help finding out how far along you are? Lifetime can help you find prenatal care. Do you need a place to stay? Lifetime can arrange that, too. If you want answers to your adoption questions right away, you can find some on our Frequently Asked Questions page. Whatever you need, Lifetime is here to help you!

When you make an adoption plan for your child, you're putting him or her first. You're able to select the adoptive parents for your child, and arrange a brighter future for them. It takes a strong mom to come to terms that she can't possibly give her child all that he or she needs on her own. There’s really no such thing as an "unwanted baby." Lifetime has loving homes waiting for every child!

If you are considering adoption, you can look through our site whenever you want. Learn about how to make an adoption plan for your baby, view waiting adoptive families, and find out what the next steps in adoption are.

You can also hear what open adoption's like first-hand, from birth mothers! (A "birth mother" means a woman who's chosen to make an adoption plan for her child.) Tune in here:

Click to hear other women's adoption stories

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