I’m Pregnant and I Can’t Parent

March 23, 2023

By Adoption Choices of Florida

I’m Pregnant and I Can’t Parent

By Anthony Avram

In today’s day and age, the age of majority has been shifting to later. Many children still live with their parents well into their 20s due to the rising cost of living. They don’t shop for groceries, don’t pay their bills, or do their laundry. Unsurprisingly, this makes it challenging to raise kids if you are still feeling like a kid yourself. If you are experiencing the unintended consequences of an unplanned pregnancy, don’t fret.

Whatever the cause, we want you to know that Adoption Choices of Florida is here for you. Our adoption agency is licensed and can provide expert legal aid and financial support for you as you tough through your adoption journey. Even if you are not ready to be a parent, adoption is a harsh card to be dealt with. You will need our support to give your child a forever family. 

How does adoption work? 

Adoption is a way to secure your child’s best possible future life. By going through this process, you can help choose your child’s future family. This process is organized with the help of our professionals at Adoption Choices of Florida. We aid you in making an organized adoption plan and providing you with profiles of families that best suit your needs. While you will not retain any legal rights over your child during this process, you may still be able to view pictures and videos of their life if you continue contact with the adoptive family. 

Who will I need to contact to start the process? 

You can contact us at Adoption Choices of Florida via call or email. Our agency is licensed and can help with various financial and prenatal needs, including bills, food, and even housing. We have many adoption agencies across Florida, including places like Jacksonville, Tampa, Miami, Gainesville, Orlando, etc. We are available 24/7 on call.

Benefits behind choosing adoption 

  1. One significant benefit of choosing adoption is that it alleviates the financial burden of rasing a child. Adoption Choices of Florida offers financial aid for adoption in Florida, helping with living expenses if eligible.
  2. You will feel fulfilled knowing you provided your child with a better life. Even if you feel sorrow about not being able to provide for your child yourself, you still play a large role in the family they are growing up with. Furthermore, they will always be related to you, and you can even retain contact with them. In these scenarios, you can rest assured that choosing adoption gave your child a better life. 
  3. You may still be able to be a part of your child’s life. Adoption is a unique scenario in which you are able to strike a middle ground between having and terminating the pregnancy and parenting your baby. This middle solution is enticing to many. If you choose an open adoption, you will retain contact with the parents and witness your child grow up. In certain cases, birth parents have maintained significant communication with their children and have grown up to have healthy adult relationships with them. 
  4. You will become more experienced and mature. By going through such a strenuous process like adoption, the amount of challenges you have faced in life will go up, and you will be able to say that you are more resilient than ever. This will be a quality that many will appreciate in you. 
  5. Finally, you will be able to say that you took the difficult road less traveled. By choosing adoption, you are part of a small selection of mothers that sought to improve the lives of their children even though they knew they couldn’t be a part of it. This is not an easy process, and it still carries a stigma to this day. By choosing adoption, you are carrying on a rich tradition. 

Pregnant and Can’t Parent? We Can Help with Your Unplanned Pregnancy

I hope this text has informed you of the motives behind adoption, the benefits of the process, and how to start the process. By making this decision, you are truly making a selfless and powerful choice for your future child.

If you are a pregnant woman in Florida considering adoption and have any questions or concerns about the adoption process, please don’t hesitate to reach out. For more information on adoption, visit us at Adoption Choices of Florida or call or text us at: (833) 352-3678.