Family Creations has a large repository of wonderful families who are waiting to adopt and to provide your child a loving home.
Best of all, as a birth mother you make all of the decisions including choosing the family who will raise your child. It is common in today’s adoption world for a woman with an unplanned pregnancy to choose an adoptive family for her child.
Now is the time to decide which qualities are the most important to you and your unborn child. Sometimes, birth mothers look for families that have similar qualities to their own families, or they look for families that have qualities that their family lacked while growing up, and they often wished for.
These are the questions you may ask yourself:
- How important to me is it that my baby be raised in a two-parent family?
For some birth mothers, not being able to provide a stable father is one of the main reasons for placing their baby in an adoption agreement. But for others, a single parent placement may be suitable if the parent can completely provide for the child.
- Is it important to me that my baby has a stay at home parent?
Again for some young mothers choosing adoption, this is may be very important to them, as it is another thing they cannot give them. And for others, a stay at home parents is not quite as important, and prefer to have working values instilled in their child.
- Do I want my baby to be an only child or do I want him or her to have siblings?
Some birth mothers want to place their child with a family who does not have any children yet, maybe because they were the first and they want their child to be the first too. Yet, to others this might not be as important. A birth mother who had older brothers or sisters or wished for them, may want older her child placed with a family that already has children.
- Is religion a factor?
For some birth mothers religion is very important. If you were raised in a specific religion, it might be important to you that your baby be raised the same. You may want your child to grow up with the same customs and traditions that you had as a child. To others, a loving environment is more important, and religion does not become an issue.
Searching for a family can be overwhelming. But, most times, when a birth mother sees the family that her unborn child ais meant to be matched with, she know in her heart that it is right. No lists or profiles are needed, she simply knows. Before you begin meeting with and talking to couples, Family Creations will help you to answer these questions and so many more.