I'm an adoptive mother and I really hope your parents give you some answers were doing an open adoption for my son so he will always know his birth parens. If you know the city you were born you can find the local family court division and contact them, they should have record of your case. Hopefully you'll find some answers! Good Luck
Good Morning Izzybell,
Adoption can be pricey. Private adoptions where you find someone willing to let you adopt their child which was my case cost 6,000. The least costly route would be to become foster parents and let the state pay for the process.
Good Luck to you
I'm an adoptive mother.. I know I'm not in the same position as you but if you need someone to talk to feel free to send me a message on Medhelp.
Adoption is a BIG decision to make and there's a lot of things to think about going into something like that. Good Luck to you! Whitney
Thank you for opening up on this forum/post. It really helps seeing everyone's point of views on here from adoptive parents to Birth parents to children in open and closed adoptions. And I appreciate you understanding where I'm coming from.
The Birth mom texted me about a week ago on my birthday late at night saying Happy Birthday. (she saw a p...
Thanks for the advice! It is a very hard position to be in on the adoptive side of it all. Since my original post on the Bparents we have texted a couple times her asking how he is. She is a follower on my Instagram (photo sharing social media) so she gets to see new pictures of him quite often. She still has not asked to see him, or is she aware yet we have...
If your mother wants you to regain custody I would think you could give her Temporary custody ( you have a form signed by both parties and notarized). If you do an acutal adoption and you sign over your rights you more then likely won't ever get them back. Do to the fact this is your mother I would hope she wouldn't keep your daughter from you. But ...
After reading your response to my post I had a lot to say but Nursegirl6572
hit the nail on the head.
You apparently have no true knowledge to what an adoption entails or the process during or after it is all settled. AT NO time during the process does ANY party sign any type of paper work (at least in my state) agree to any terms of vis...
I truley hope you find the answers you're looking for. I agree with the women above you should speak to a professional. If you want to do that you can contact an adoption agency and just tell them you're considering the adoption route and I'm about 99% sure they will set you up with a counseler to go over your feelings.
When I adopted my s...
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