If you’re thinking about adopting a baby to start or grow your family, chances are you’re curious about what types of adoption situations are out there. It helps to read about the different adoption situations and babies available for adoption that an adoption company has.
Lifetime is currently working with the following birth mothers seeking adoptive parents ready to adopt a newborn:
We’re searching for an adoptive family to adopt an African American baby who is due in March. The birth mother is a busy single mother with school-aged children. She wants to find a family that will share unconditional love with her child. She is open to any race family that does not yet have children. She reports there has not been any substance usage during this pregnancy and that she has seen a doctor and will continue regular prenatal care throughout the pregnancy.
Lifetime is also looking for adoptive parents for a Caucasian baby due in February. The birth mother is looking for a young married Catholic couple who lives in a country setting. She would like her baby to be their first child. Or, if the couple already has children, she’s hoping they’re older than four. A non-smoking traditional home is where she would like her child raised. She is hoping for an open adoption with annual visits.
Lastly, we’re currently assisting a Caucasian birth mother who is due in April. This birth mother is looking for a loving two-parent family to raise her baby. She would like the couple to be well-educated with a strong religious background. She hopes for an open adoption where she and the adoptive family are part of each others’ lives.
The first step to introduce you to birth parents like these ones is to fill out Lifetime’s FREE online application to adopt. If you would like to find out what steps you can take towards adopting, and prepare for parenthood, complete the online application or call 1-800-923-6784 for more info.
Heidi Keefer is a Content Creator for Lifetime Adoption and has 15 years of experience in the field of adoption. An author of thousands of blog posts over the years, Heidi enjoys finding new ways to educate and captivate Lifetime’s ever-growing list of subscribers.
Heidi has a keen eye for misplaced apostrophes, comma splices, and well-turned sentences, which she has put to good use as a contributor to Lifetime’s award-winning blogs. She has written and published hundreds of adoption articles which explore the various facets of domestic infant adoption today.