Fears about giving up a baby for adoption in Colorado
Pregnancy can be a difficult time for mothers. On the other hand, an unplanned pregnancy can cause panic and cause you fears about adoption. While you may be dealing with this process right now, we want to make the upcoming decisions about adoption easier for you. When considering a private adoption in Colorado, you are choosing to have the help of an adoption agency. The people involved in this process are you, the adoption specialist, and the adopting families. To help you feel better about this process, we will dispute a few of the fears that many birth mothers may feel.
If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption Choices of Colorado.
The adopting family is not right for me
The probability of this happening is zero or very close to zero. To provide the best families for your child and to put you at ease, the adoption process requires adopting families to go through a process of household research which is essentially care research. The family must have certain requirements met, such as being over the age of 21, they must be able to show they know how to take care of a baby, and they must show the means to take care of the child.
You are also in control of this process, so if you do not believe that the families that have been shown to you by our adoption agencies in Denver and throughout Colorado are right for you, then you can choose to have them as the parents or not. Everyone that is provided for an adopting family has passed the qualifications to be a parent for your child. You won’t necessarily get to know who the adopting parents are, but you will know that the family has been cleared, they are safe, and they can raise your child to be a great adult.
I will never see my baby again after the adoption
This fear comes from losing a part of your life. Your baby is going to come through your mind every so often, and you might wonder if you did the right thing by giving your baby up for adoption. The option to see your child again is based on which adoption option you choose. The open adoption option will eliminate all doubt about who the adopting family is because you will be able to meet them in person. The selection process will not have to identify information on the family, but after they are selected, you will be able to see and meet with your baby based on the terms that you agreed upon with the adopting family.
I’ll feel guilty after the adoption
You may feel guilty about the adoption process, but the goal of Private adoptions in Colorado is to help limit this guilt. When you are looking into adoption, you are more than likely not financially stable, not able to care for your child or know if you can spend the needed time with your baby. The adoption process takes this into account so that we can place your baby into a home that you will feel comfortable with. Our adoption specialists are able to help you through emotional stressors as well. The adoption process is filled with people that care about helping you and helping you through this decision. While guilt may be a portion of the adoption process, we will help you through it.
Is adoption permanent?
The adoption process is meant to help you and your child move through a difficult time in your life. When considering adoption and building an adoption plan, you will be locked into a decision. It does not have to be right away, but when your baby is born, you will not be able to go back on your adoption plan. You have full control over the process until that happens, though, so do not feel pressured by this.
I can’t return to daily life after the adoption
The main goal of the adoption process and the individual adoption options is to have you return to normal life. You had an unplanned pregnancy, and when your child is born, you should be able to return to life like it was before the pregnancy. While we will not pay you to have a child, we can supplement you through the process. This means that we can build financial support into your adoption plan. We can cover medical, food, maternity clothes, and some aspects of rent to help you through the process. The goal is to return you to a place where you can return back to everyday life.
Fear No More Adoption can be the Right Choice for You
The adoption process aims to return you to what you were before and leave your mind at ease. Fear should not be the primary reaction to adoption, and we are here to help you through the process. We can provide financial and emotional support, and we give you control over the process. We understand how much of an impact this decision will have on your life, and we are here for you. When you are looking for a Private adoption in Colorado, we will be there for you each step of the way.
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.