What Happens if I Don't Find an Adoptive Family? [The Right Family is Waiting]
How Adoption and Finding the Perfect Family is Always Possible
No matter when you decide to place your child for adoption, you can always find the perfect family for your baby, even if you don’t have a family picked out when your child is born.
If you’re choosing adoption at the last minute and wondering, “What if I don’t have an adoptive family picked when I give birth?” don’t worry, we are here to help you find the perfect adoptive family regardless of whether you’re close to your due date and without an adoptive family.
The fear of not finding a family and how that impacts your decision to choose adoption and the future of your child can be overwhelming.
Call 1-800-ADOPTION to speak to one of our trusted and experienced adoption specialists who can not only create an adoption plan but get you started on finding a loving family ready to adopt your baby.
So, if you’re asking, “What happens if I don’t find an adoptive family by the time my son’s born?” you might also be asking, “Are babies given up for adoption always adopted?”
By choosing adoption in Missouri and working with our agency, you will find an adoptive family for your baby, even if your son or daughter has already been born or you are choosing adoption at that last minute before birth.
Our adoption specialists are ready to answer all of your adoption in Missouri questions, so contact us today to get more information on how you can always find a family.
Don’t worry, the right family is out there and ready for the opportunity to give your baby the perfect home.
Let’s take a look at common fears we encounter with birth mothers worried about finding a family.
What Happens if I Haven’t Chosen Adoptive Parents for My Baby?
There is no doubt that the fear you might be experiencing when asking, “What if I don’t have an adoptive family picked when I give birth?” is real. We are here to tell you that you can relax, breathe easy and know an adoptive family is out there for you and your baby and we’re going to help you find them.
Last-minute adoptions are common. Sometimes a birth mother may initially decide parenting is what she wants but as the due date approaches, maybe circumstances have changed and parenting isn’t realistic.
That isn’t “giving up” on a child. It’s making the loving decision to find them the best possible chance at living a great life. That’s heroic.
Nicole, who already had a young daughter, found out she was unexpectedly pregnant. She had a decision to make and at first, parenting seemed like the best option, however, things changed.
“I decided to make the best of the situation and I started making plans to keep the baby. As time went on though things didn’t seem to be working out the way I was planning. I started to panic, I didn’t know how I was going to raise two children and with the way things were looking with my fiancé and me it looked like I was going to be doing it on my own,” Nicole said.
“I kept looking at my daughter and felt this would be so unfair for her. I felt she deserved more; she needed a swing set and dance lessons, tumbling, horseback riding, and piano lessons. She needed everything I was already struggling to give her.”
Nicole and so many birth mothers before and after her placement have found themselves choosing adoption at the last minute and wondered whether they’ll be able to find a family.
That’s where our experience, support and national size and scope come to the rescue. Because we understand how important it is for you to find the perfect adoptive family, we have used our national presence to compile unique adoption profiles of our hundreds of hopeful adoptive families to give you the best chance at finding an amazing adoption opportunity.
If you’re reading this and asking, “what if I don’t have an adoptive family picked when I give birth?” or if you’ve recently become pregnant and are worried about finding a family, call us at 1-800-ADOPTION or fill out our online for to get information on adoption in Missouri today.
Don’t worry, we’re here to help!
Are Babies Placed for Adoption Always Adopted?
This is another common concern for birth mothers; the idea that no one would want to adopt their child.
The answer to the question of “are babies that are given up for adoption always adopted?” is an unequivocal yes when you work with our agency.
While our local ties to adoption in Missouri give you added convenience, our national presence means you get access to hundreds of adoptive families that are waiting for the chance to give your baby a loving home.
No matter your circumstances, when you choose adoption or worrying about finding a family, we are here to help you get started on your adoption in Missouri journey.
Because you are in control of your adoption, you get to create an adoption plan and choose everything about an adoptive family. That means the adoption family profiles you view are of prospective parents that match your criteria for what you want in a family.
So, do children given up for adoption get placed with a family? Yes, they do and we use all of our industry-leading adoption services to make sure you don’t just find a family, but you find the right family.
Remember, we are ready to get you the information you need to find a family today. Speak to one of our experienced adoption professionals at 1-800-ADOPTION to get started on finding a family for your baby.
Are You Concerned About Your Child Going to Foster Care?
You might be asking, “how many children go without getting adopted?” or, “if I give my baby up for adoption do they go to foster care?”
When you work with our agency, not only will your child get adopted by a wonderful family, but you will never have to worry about foster care.
All of our families are screened and have completed a home study proving their readiness for adoption. Because you are in charge of your adoption plan and the choice of a family, you can view adoption video profiles of prospective parents that perfectly match your preferred traits.
If you’ve asked the question, “by putting a baby up for adoption, does it end up in foster care?” the answer is no when you work with our agency.
We pride ourselves on providing you with our unique adoption video profiles that give you the best chance to find the perfect match.
Let us help you get started on your adoption in Missouri today by calling 1-800-ADOPTION. Many of us are adoptive parents, birth mothers and adoptees, so we understand how important it is to find the right family for your baby.
We can’t wait to help you have an amazing adoption experience because adoption has changed many of our lives for the better as well.
Take it from Scott Mars, founder of American Adoptions, and an adoptee himself.
“My mom and dad were a couple who weren’t able to become a mom and dad without adoption. Of all people in this world, my mom and dad deserve to be parents. And without adoption, they would not have been able to share their love, share their life, and give someone the life that I had.
“Because of adoption, my life was filled with love and opportunity.” You can watch Scott’s video to see his entire adoption story.
Are You Ready to Find the Perfect Adoptive Family for Your Baby?
We hope this guide has helped put you at ease knowing not only is adoption always an option, but you can find an amazing family for your baby.
No matter if your choosing adoption at the last minute, have already had your baby or haven’t been able to find an adoptive family, we are ready to provide you with our support, services and experience to help find the right family.
By calling 1-800-ADOPTION, you immediately get connected to one of our adoption specialists who can give you the information you need to get started on your Missouri adoption today.
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You and your baby deserve to find the perfect family. We can help you do that.
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