What Should I Do for an Unplanned Pregnancy?
You have found Adoption Choices of Florida because you are searching for adoption options in Florida. You are facing an unplanned or unexpected pregnancy or you are pregnant and don’t want the baby. Your feelings are valid are not alone. We work with pregnant women and pregnant teens across Florida facing the same struggle. No matter what your reason is for considering adoption it is a brave and selfless one!
How Common Is Unplanned Pregnancy?
In the United States, approximately 45% of the 6 million pregnancies each year are unexpected. Married, unmarried, young women, teens, older women, black, white, hispanic… — are facing unplanned pregnancies. Some decide to parent, some terminate the pregnancy, and some choose adoption.
What Are Your Options If You Get Pregnant?
In brief, you have 3 options: parent your child, terminate your pregnancy, or choose adoption. Each comes with its own set of pros and cons which our adoption specialists will thoroughly go through each with you. We want to make sure you are making the most well thought out decision. We want you to be confident with your decision.
Adoption is a healthy loving choice if you don’t want to become a parent, but you don’t want to have an abortion.
What Is Adoption?
Adoption is a formal process organized by adoption agencies and local authorities, and made legal by the courts. It is a choice that birth mothers/parents are able to make when they know that parenting their child nor terminating the pregnancy are the right choice for them.
Adoption is a way of providing the security, love, and permanence of a family to your child. Through the adoption journey, you will continue with the pregnancy and give birth, but you won’t look after the baby, and you won’t have legal rights or responsibilities regarding the child once the adoption is complete.
When a woman chooses adoption for her baby, it’s a sacrifice she makes to give her baby the best opportunity at life. Open adoption allows birth parents to watch their children grow up through pictures, emails, letters, and social media. However, closed adoption is also still an option.
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