Since I was about 11 or 12 I have known that I would adopt someday. Then I had BB and didn’t think about it anymore for awhile. I would love to have more children, but it hasn’t happened for me yet. And now I’m not sure I want to start over with a newborn baby. BB’s very independent. This I plan on doing. First though, I need to sort out our financial situation. When we have family insurance and the taxes done, we can look at the next step. 5 days ago
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My parents adopted 5 kids from south Korea, and 1 from the USA. My advice would be, if you are looking to adopt internationally, that you go and find some adults that are from that country and get to know them! You aren’t signing up to be a parent of just a baby, but also of a fully grown person that will, without doubt, be different from you in some ways. Now I’m not trying to focus on the differences, but let’s say you’re black and you adopt an asian child. They will eventually wonder why they are different, and if you can relate to them in those ways, i’d say you’re on the right track to successfully building your family in this way. 1 month ago
If these 3 things are prerequisites for all adoption:
1) being married
2) being unable to have children yourself
3) living in the country where you want to adopt.
If it’s just 1 and 3, I can deal with that. I’ve always loved the idea of adoption but am perfectly capable (as far as I know) of having children myself, however I’m too scared to give birth and would strongly prefer to adopt. Does anyone know? 10 months ago