Pregnant but Not Ready to Parent the Child? Talk to the Adoption Counselor about Your Options

Pregnant? Not Ready? Talk to the Adoption Counselor

Pregnant but Not Ready to Parent the Child? Talk to the Adoption Counselor about Your Options

An unplanned pregnancy can turn your world upside down! You need to think about your as well as your child’s future. That’s not an easy task at all! All you want is someone who will listen to you and guide you.

If you are pregnant and not ready to parent the child, talk to the adoption counselor about your options. There are three options available for you.

·   Placing your child in foster care

·   Parenting the baby

·   Placing the baby for adoption

As a birth mother, you have the freedom to choose the right option for your child.

Parenting the Baby

A mother can always choose to parent her child. But think before you make the final decision. Do you have enough money and support to care for the child? Remember, it takes a village to raise a child.

Placing Your Child in the Foster Care

For birth mothers who want to place their babies for a short time, foster care could be a great option. However, you must work on a case plan to get your baby back. Also, you probably will not have any control over your child’s placement.

Placing the Baby for Adoption

Giving your baby up for adoption can be another choice for birth mothers. Once you contact an adoption agency or attorney, they will tell you about the adoption process. They will even help you create an adoption plan that suits your child the most.

If your adoption plan allows, you can meet with the adoptive parents before finalizing the adoption. You can stay in touch with the adoptive family post-adoption through Adoptswap. So, remember to choose an adoption plan that suits you and your child the best.

Get Answers to Your Questions about Unplanned Pregnancy

It’s okay to have doubts and questions. Our caring and experienced adoption counselors are there to answer all your questions. So, feel free to ask as many questions as you want. All you need to do is to contact us whenever you want.

Call: (850)-610-4166 OR 561-633-5548

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