If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may be feeling overwhelmed and afraid. You may be unsure what to do, or who to call for help. It is important to know that you are not alone.
Unplanned pregnancy is actually very common. In fact, nearly half of all pregnancies in the United States are unplanned. An unintended pregnancy can happen to anyone of reproductive age, but it is seen more often in younger women. Seven out of every ten pregnancies among single, educated women in their 20s are unplanned.
Whether you are 15 or 35, take a deep breath and know that everything will be okay. The news of your pregnancy may be shocking, but you can make it through this difficult time with your head held high. You have options, you can find great support, and you are in charge of what happens next.
Adoption is a loving, selfless choice for many expectant/birth mothers. It offers a bright future for your child and for yourself, too. It also does not mean goodbye forever. Most adoptions today are open, meaning there is some form of ongoing communication between birth parents and adoptive families.
If you are wondering how to place your baby for adoption, you are in the right place. Adoptions With Love can walk you through this process. Our caring staff can help you explore your options, answer any questions you may have, and make an adoption plan in the best interest of your baby. Before meeting with our social workers – who will always keep conversations confidential – read through this step-by-step adoption guide. Here, we will explain the various steps in placing your baby for adoption.