Newborn adoption is a beautiful way to build families; however, the process can be daunting and challenging if you don’t have the right information and assistance.
AdoptHelp has a newborn baby adoption program which handles every aspect of the adoption process. We offer peace of mind to prospective parents and birth parents by handling everything from start to finish for birth parents and adoptive parents.
If you are expecting and want to choose a family for your baby, we invite you to explore adoption through our program. It is important to consider all of your adoption options and create a personal adoption plan that is right for you. AdoptHelp is here to help you create a personalized adoption plan and then handle every detail for you.
Open adoption is a very popular method of newborn baby adoption where a birth mother personally chooses the adoptive parent(s) and gets to know them during the pregnancy. In open adoptions everyone shares the experience of the pregnancy and birth together creating a very positive adoption story for the child.
In open adoptions, the birth mother knows the adoptive parent(s) and she can see if the baby is in great hands and whether she has made the right decision. The adoptive parents also get to know about the birth mother and why she is placing her baby for adoption. They can later on share this information and the family history with the baby. This information is not shared in a closed adoption.
Adoptive parent(s) are involved in doctor’s appointments and the labor and delivery of the baby. Adopted children will have their own baby book with pictures of their birth parents and adoptive parents celebrating their birth. Experts believe that these types of adoptions help build self-esteem in adopted children.
In most open adoptions, birth parents and adoptive parents generally say goodbye at the hospital and future contact is limited to a picture and letter exchange so that everyone knows how everyone is doing. In some instances, however, all parties wish to extend the open relationship beyond the birth.
In closed adoption, neither the birth mother nor the prospective adoptive parents know each other. There is no exchange of information in most closed forms of adoption. A closed adoption is often chosen for those who value privacy and confidentiality.
If You’re Pregnant, Adoption Is an Option
For many women who have unexpectedly learned that they are pregnant, adoption can be the answer. We are here to provide you all the information and help you need. From presenting you with profiles of wonderful prospective adoptive parents to assisting you in obtaining no-cost medical care to helping you make your labor and delivery plan, we’ll be here to handle all the details.
If you’re ready to start the process of newborn adoption whether it is an open or closed adoption, we can help you get started. We are ready to assist you on a 24-hour basis.