Choose a Loving Couple to Adopt Your Baby

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Are you looking for a loving, financially secure couple to raise your baby? At A Birthmother’s Choice, we have lots of families waiting to adopt and to take care of you during pregnancy. We check out all potential couples to make sure they will be good parents. We will listen very carefully to your desires and we will help you find just the right adoptive couple. You will feel comfortable that your baby will be in loving hands.

We will help you find an adoptive couple that will:

  • Support you financially during the adoption, providing money for medical bills, rent, food and more.*
  • Make sure you are taken care of during your pregnancy with good doctors, a safe home, and all expenses paid.
  • Help you get back on your feet after the pregnancy, by providing expense money for several months after the adoption process.*
  • Provide your child with a loving home, a good education, and financial security.

We have lots of adoptive parents and will help you get the financial support you need.

Here is an example of one of our adoptive couples:

Kevin and Jessica

Kevin and Jessica have always dreamed of having a second child, but have not been able to do per medical issues. They are eager to be good parents to a new child, providing a loving and safe home to raise the child. They both have good jobs, a strong educational background, and are active leaders in their community. Choosing them to be parents of your child would be making their dreams come true!

Job Descriptions: Kevin is a Software Engineer, Jessica is Registered Medical Assistant/ Future Stay-at-Home Mom

Education: Kevin has a Bachelor’s Degree, Jessica studied Health Care

Children: 3 year old daughter, Suzanne

Favorite Foods: Donuts and Tacos

Favorite Movies: “Coming to America” and “Schindler’s List”

They want to teach their children: To love themselves, love God, love others, and love life.

* Living expenses and other financial help can be provided, but is dependent on the laws of the state where you give birth. We can help you make a plan to receive money to help you during your pregnancy.

If you are pregnant, need help and are thinking about an adoption, we can help!

A Birthmother's Choice can help with an adoption. For over 20 years we have been helping pregnant women do an adoption. We can help you understand the adoption process so that you can make the best choice for yourself and your baby. An adoption can be a loving fix.

A Birthmother's Choice understands adoption and will work hard for you. We have been adoption professionals for many years and have helped many women in their unplanned pregnancies...just like you.

Our services are FREE to you. Please contact A Birthmother's Choice today and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We can help!

Call today for a free, confidential discussion with a caring caseworker.
800-807-3046, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Our Team

As a mother of 2 adopted daughters, Bethany honors your sacrifice. She answers the phones to help you feel at ease when you start the adoption process.

From adopted siblings to an adopted daughter, adoption is a big part of Flossie's life.  She works with women looking to create their own adoption plan.

Sarah is a mother and adoptive sister, she speaks both languages ​​English and Spanish. She works hard helping immigrant women find a loving family for their babies they wish to put up for adoption, while also supporting the children they already have.

Scotia is a young mother of 2. She helps women early in their pregnancy as they make the choice of whether to do adoption.

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FAQs From Birth Mothers About Adoption

Questions About Choosing to Give Baby Up for Adoption

  1. What things should you consider before putting a child up for adoption?
    Consider your financial situation and the amount of support you will have to raise this child. Determine the lifestyle you would like for your child and whether or not you feel you will be able to provide that for them.
  2. Will I regret choosing adoption for my child?
    It is normal to wonder if you will regret placing your child for adoption. We do everything to ensure that you are making the right decision for your baby, especially in choosing the adoptive family. In our experience, finding the right family for you will help put your mind at ease.
  3. Does the birth father have any rights?
    This varies from state to state and depends on the level of involvement from the birth father during the pregnancy. We can help you understand the laws of your state and your rights.
  4. Do I need to tell the baby’s father?
    Every state varies, but typically adoption agencies are required to attempt to contact the birth father to let him know that you are pregnant and choose an adoption plan. If you don’t know who the father is or you don’t know how to reach him you can still do an adoption. In our experience, fathers cooperate and allow you to proceed with the adoption.
  5. My family isn’t supportive. What should I do?
    Having a family that isn’t supportive of adoption can be very difficult. We offer relocation programs so that you can go somewhere else temporarily if you feel like you need to. Our case workers will work with you and can provide resources in your area as well to help you.

Questions About Selecting Adoptive Parents

  1. Will I be able to choose the adoptive family and how are they chosen?
    Families who have undergone rigorous background checks will be presented to you to choose from. The choice is yours unless you want a family to be chosen for you.
  2. What do birth mothers look for in adoptive parents?
    It is important to consider family background, family culture, family dynamics and location. You may prefer a family with several children or a family of a particular religious background. Ultimately consider how you foresee your child being raised.
  3. Are there qualifications that a couple must meet to adopt?
    Every couple must complete a home study and background checks. The home study is a supervised visit from a social worker where the couple is interviewed to determine suitability to be adoptive parents and includes making sure the house is safe. After the adoption, there are supervised visits as well.

Questions About Financial Support

  1. How do I pay for medical expenses during my unplanned pregnancy?
    We will work with you to get on government insurance and the adoptive parents will be responsible for medical expenses throughout the pregnancy and at birth.
  2. Can I receive financial assistance?
    Depending on the state, yes. We are able to provide some form of financial assistance typically for rent, utilities, transportation, and food.
  3. Will choosing adoption cost me money?
    Absolutely not. The adoptive family will hire a lawyer for you and in most cases you will qualify for some form of financial assistance to help with medical and living expenses.

Questions About the Adoption Process

  1. What are the different types of adoption?
    There are three main types of adoption: open, closed & hybrid (combination of the two). Your case worker will work with you to help you select the adoption type that is best for you.
  2. Do I need to provide any information?
    Yes. Working with one of our caseworkers, we will gather some basic information about you to help us match you with potential adoptive families. We will also collect proof of pregnancy. Our case workers will walk you through that process.
  3. How long do I have to change my mind?
    This varies state by state. Some states have a grace period of a week after delivery to change your mind. Your attorney will guide you in this process.
  4. Will I need to go to court?
    Under normal circumstances, you are not required to appear in court. In most states, but not all, birth mothers do not have to go to court but if you live in a state that does require it, then your attorney will go with you.
  5. How often will I talk to the adoptive family before the adoption?
    This is up to you and the family. It can be as often as you’d like. We recommend getting to know the family through short, weekly calls, but you can also text or use video chat. This all depends on what you want and how comfortable you are with contact.
  6. Will I be able to see my baby in the hospital?
    Yes. This is your baby until the papers are signed. You can spend as much or as little time with the baby in hospital as you need before signing the papers.
  7. Can I pick my baby’s name?
    You have the right to name your child on the birth certificate. Once the adoption is legalized, a new birth certificate is issued and the name can be changed. If you feel strongly about a name, one common strategy we recommend with our adoptions is to have the birth parent(s) to pick one name (usually the middle) and the adoptive parents pick the other.
  8. Can I have pictures of my baby?
    If you select an open or hybrid adoption, we will work with you to find a family that will send you pictures.
  9. Will I get to see my baby after the adoption?
    This depends on the type of adoption plan you and the adoptive parents agreed to. An open adoption could include anything from letters, receiving pictures, or having visits. If you don’t want contact, you can do a closed adoption.
  10. When do I give my baby to the adoptive parents?
    This typically happens in the hospital after the baby is born.
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