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Signs an Adoptive Father will be Great for Your Child

Adoptive fathers make any adoption process wonderful and successful. They can be part of a couple with an adoptive mother or a single adoptive father. All adoptive fathers share the same characteristics that birth mothers do, such as being kind at all times, being alert and being aware. Adoptive fathers genuinely want to see your child succeed and be the best that he or she can be. We appreciate all adoptive fathers, and we know that you will be able to see all of the positiveness that they bring to the table. 

Adoption Choices of Kansas has a lot of information on adoptive fathers and their role in the adoption process. All adoptive fathers show genuine concern and care, no matter the situation that they are in. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions, comments or concerns.

Signs that Adoptive Fathers will be great for your child

Adoptive fathers are wonderful parents who want to do much more than just raise your child. Today, we have a few notable signs that we want to point out to you regarding adoptive fathers and what they stand for:

  1. He shows his concerns. An adoptive father sees your child as his own. This means showing support for your child and expressing his worry. Adoptive fathers recognize all possible signs of concern, especially those that are at direct risk for your child. He knows how to handle an emergency and is able to be on the lookout for anyone who may be threatening to your child and act appropriately. Showing concern can also mean emotional concern for when your baby grows older and has a rough day.
  2. He is kind. Although we do understand that frustrations can occur every once in a while, we believe that all adoptive fathers are kind to their children. Especially with newborns, it is crucial to remain gentle, and talk calmly and quietly to your baby. Kindness results in a stronger relationship where your child and adoptive father can build trust. As the child grows older, he or she will recognize the adoptive father’s kindness and will be able to feel loved by him. Adoptive fathers stand up for their child to protect and show how much he cares for them. Kindness goes a long way, especially when it comes to your child. Without a kind adoptive father, how can your child grow up to be kind?

  3. He is alert. Adoptive fathers are alert of any rising suspicions and know how to act when necessary. He does not want to see your baby hurt; thus, he will react properly and keep your baby safe. A stronger and deeper relationship also forms because your baby will know that his or her adoptive father is there.

  4. He provides in all necessary ways. Adoptive fathers provide a loving home environment, free of risk for your baby. When applying through our agency, we ensure adoptive fathers go through home background inspections to see that his house is prepared and safe for your baby. Adoptive fathers also provide support, encouragement and comfort He can hold your baby close, giving him or her warmth and security. When your child recognizes this, they will learn to trust that their father emotionally cares for them and that he is present and involved in their lives. 

Adoptive Fathers Are Great for Your Child

Just like adoptive mothers, adoptive fathers have these special characteristics that make for an everlasting relationship between him and your child. Although adoptive fathers do need to be financially stable to raise your baby, there are many more signs that make any adoptive father wonderful. Adoptive fathers see your child as his own and he will raise your child as such. Showing concern, kindness, being alert and providing for your child are all characteristics that make for the father/son or father/daughter relationship that you are looking for with adoption. 

Adoption Choices of Kansas loves adoptive fathers and we hope this resource is beneficial to you as you go about choosing the best adoptive parent for your child.  Adoptive fathers, whether married or not, are here for your child, just as you imagined they would be!

Adoption Choices of Kansas serves birth parents statewide and beyond, please call us or text us to learn more!
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Meet the Author: Jason Legasse is a rising senior English major studying at Siena College in Loudonville, New York. He hails from the Albany, New York area, but has plans to relocate to sunny Venice, Florida with his mom come Fall. After completing his bachelor’s degree, Jason plans to study General Special Education at Meredith College, where he will earn a Master’s degree and use that to teach middle school Special Education.

Jason is a self-proclaimed introvert with Asperger’s who really enjoys writing. He has a huge passion for helping others, specifically those with disabilities. He is very excited to be working with Adoption Choices over the summer, and looks forward to learning more about the adoption process! 

References: https://www.adoptivefamilies.com/parenting/differences-between-parenting-after-adoption-and-parenting-biological-child/

 

 

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