I am unexpectedly pregnant. Does considering adoption for my baby make me a bad mother? Am I a selfish mother who will put her baby up for adoption? Is it okay to place my unborn in a family where I will not stay with them? As a mother, my child’s well-being is bothering me the most. I will not be able to take care of the baby. Remember, many birth mothers like you are fighting battles against their minds! Talk to an adoption agency near you and decide what you want to do.
How Courageous Hearts Adoptions Can Help You?
If you want to work with Courageous Hearts Adoptions, know that we always put you and your baby first. No matter the situation, you’ll always get support from our team. They all have personal experiences with adoption, so they can guide you the best.
Create an Adoption Plan
This is not as simple as it sounds! Our experts will sit with you and help create a custom adoption plan for your child. Typically, there are three adoption plans: open, semi-open, and closed adoption.
Choose an Adoptive Family
Check out the list of adoptive families to find the best family for your baby. Our adoption experts are there to help you. If your adoption plan allows you to meet with the adoptive parents, we’ll arrange the meeting.
Make a Hospital Plan
Talk to your adoption specialist and create a hospital plan before delivering the baby. You can decide who will be in the hospital with you who will hold your baby at first.
Get Post Placement Support
Post-adoption, you may feel clueless for a while. We offer supportive services and counseling so that you can get back to life before pregnancy.
You may have some questions about the adoption process. Contact us for more information.
Call: (317) 964-3365
Positive Adoption Language Disclaimer –
We understand that using words such as “give up” or “put up” to describe adoption can be hurtful and inappropriate. However, we must include these words in our blog posts to appear in expectant moms’ Google search results. While we promote positive adoption language, many expectant moms that come to us at first do not understand what that means. Therefore, our blog posts may use the language they understand, such as “how do I give up my baby for adoption” or “how do I put up my baby for adoption,” in order to explain how to create an adoption plan for their baby.