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Birth Mothers Archives - Page 5 of 6 - Adoption Florida

Category Archives: Birth Mothers

Last Minute Adoption Plan For Pregnant Moms

At ACF Adoptions, if you call us towards the end of your pregnancy or after the baby is born, you will always have the same options as any of our prospective birth mothers.  ACF Adoptions serves all of  Florida and here are some services you would receive after calling us: Ongoing adoption counseling and emotional…
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Can I Call an adoption agency from the Hospital OR After Giving Birth?

You might wonder: Can I call the adoption agency from the hospital or after I am home with my baby?  The answer is: Yes.  Some women may call when they are arriving at the hospital and/or after discussing their adoption plan with the hospital social worker. Other times they call weeks or months after having…
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Can I place my newborn baby for adoption after birth?  

Placing a baby for adoption is never an easy decision and sometimes women wait till the end of the pregnancy to make a final decision. Sometimes they call after the baby is born and that’s okay too.  This is often referred to as a “last minute case” and there is no specific good or bad…
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10 Things Every Birthmother Wants Adoptive Parents To Know

By Patricia Dischler, Author, speaker, child care professional, and birthmother -   I often told my son’s adoptive mother how much I loved her and was thankful she was a part of my life. But, like many things I’ve told her over the years, Kathy would already know. Back in 1985 I chose open adoption for…
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Open Adoption

By Pat Mills, MS, Adoption Counselor  - Hi, I am Pat Mills, adoption counselor. I have worked in adoptions for 23 years (13 with newborns). I have worked with both adoptive parents and birth parents from initial screening to finalization. The words “open adoption” can be very frightening for those just beginning their adoption journey. But…
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