Some of My Friends Say I Should Keep My Baby…
That Children Belong With Their Birth Parents, What Should I Do?
Do you find yourself thinking, “Is adoption right for me?” At Lifetime, we can guide, support, and counsel, but ultimately the decision must be yours alone. Consider honestly where you are in your life now and if you are ready for parenting at this time.
Choosing adoption doesn’t mean you are a bad person, it simply means you know you are not at a time and place in your life to parent a child.
It’s easy for friends to make comments when they have not been in your position. The only person that can make this decision is you. You’ll need to honestly think about parenting and adoption before your baby is born.
Lifetime is here to help you without judgement. We have a number of other previous birth mothers you can speak to if you would like to find out how they handled their pregnancy and adoption. Just ask us about your unplanned pregnancy options.
Remember Where it all Began…
The Benefits of Open Adoption (Heidi18)
Open Adoption: Strangers Who Trust In Each Other for the Sake of a Child
Christian--Open-Adoption and Siblings
Adoption Loss: How Can I Reduce the Risk of a Reclaim?
Should You Adopt a Child When the Birth Parents Have Bipolar Disorder?
5 Tips on Listening to Birth Parents
A Birth Mother in Crisis
Birth Mother Scams
Birth Mother Red Flags
Open-Birth Mother Grief
Open-Getting Back in Touch
Open-Stay in Touch with Birth Grandparents
Lifetime Adoption, Inc.
is a Licensed Florida Child
Lifetime Adoption is registered with the State of California under the provisions of the Registry of California Adoption Facilitators. (CA Family Code Section 8632.5)