Have you just started to look into adoption? When you’re exploring adoption agencies, it’s good to find out what types of birth mothers and adoption situations they have. In learning about their available adoption situations and what their birth mothers are seeking, it’ll help you discover if you’re a good fit for their adoption program.
Here’s info about just three of the many birth mothers seeking adoptive parents that Lifetime is currently working with:
We’re searching for an adoptive family to adopt a Caucasian baby due in September. The birth mother and birth father are working together on their adoption plan. The birth mother is using tobacco, but in limited amounts. She will begin prenatal care soon and has had other healthy pregnancies. The birth parents are looking for a Catholic couple in their 30’s with no more than one child already and that they are financially secure. They’re seeking an open adoption that includes yearly visits.
Lifetime is also looking for adoptive parents for an African American baby due in November 2016. The birth mother is seeking an African American family to adopt her precious baby. She is looking for a Christian family who will keep her updated with pictures, letters, and visits.
And, we’re currently assisting a birth mother who is expecting a baby boy in July. Her son will be bi-racial (African American/Caucasian), and she’s hoping to place with a warm bi-racial family. She would like an open adoption which includes visits.
If you’re not yet working with Lifetime, the first step to introduce you to birth parents like these 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.