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Who will Adopt Your Baby in Kansas?

If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy in Kansas and going through or considering adoption, you have a lot of concerns about the future of your baby. You want them to have a safe, loving, and supportive home to grow up in and give them the life they deserve. When you can’t raise your baby yourself, you want to be sure they’re cared for. In adoption, you get to choose the family your baby is placed with. Trying to find the perfect family can feel like an impossible task and be very overwhelming. If you’re considering the adoption process in Kansas and worried about placing your baby with an adoptive family, Adoption Choices of Kansas is here to help. As an adoption agency in Kansas, we do extensive background checks and medical screenings for all of our potential adoptive parents. We want you to feel comfortable with any family and never worry about your baby’s safety. If you’re not happy with any of the families, we show you. We’ll keep looking until your find the right one. You never have to settle. So, who’s going to want to adopt your baby? It might be hard for some birth mothers to believe a stranger would want to not just take custody of their child but raise them as their own. Parenting isn’t for everyone, but for those looking to adopt, parenting is all they’ve ever wanted. There are all kinds of reasons why people choose to adopt. You may be surprised at the vastness and variety of types of adoptive parents

If you need adoption help now, please call us at 877-903-4488, text us at 316-209-2071, or visit us at Adoption Choices of Kansas.

  • Couples Who Deal With Infertility 

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 6% of married women in the U.S. under 44 cannot get pregnant or suffer from impaired fecundity (difficulty carrying to term). Infertility is also not just a women’s problem. About 35% of issues identified are male and female, and 5% are identified as male-only issues. Most couples facing infertility will seek help after trying for one year. However, although there are some ways to treat infertility, there are no guarantees. Because of this, or not wanting to go through surgeries, medications, or therapies, will choose adoption. Many couples do want to have their own biological child, but it’s not always a possibility. 

  • Single Parents

Sometimes the need to be a parent is something some people feel right away. They know their whole lives that they are meant to be a parent. It takes two to make a baby, and many people don’t get married or find the person they want to have a family with right away. Falling in love and getting married before you turn 30 isn’t always how life plays out. Adoption is one of the only options for single adopters to become parents. Although artificial insemination, IVF, and other assisted reproductive technology are available, if the parent has infertility, wouldn’t have constant support during pregnancy, or is a man, adoption or surrogacy are the only options. 

  • LGBTQ+ Couples

Similar to single parents, same-sex couples have limited options to fulfill their desire to become parents. Same-sex couples are often discriminated against by adoption agencies and find it even more challenging to adopt a child. In lesbian couples, IVF or artificial insemination are options, but not always possible or desirable. Trans couples or couples where one of them is trans also make pregnancy impossible or difficult. All members of the LGBTQ+ community rely on adoption to create or complete their families.

  • Couples Want to Adopt Adoptable Children

Every year, over 100,000 children are put up for adoption. Although hard to believe, there are couples out there perfectly capable of having their own children that choose to adopt. They understand that many children go unadopted every year, especially as they get older, and want to provide a loving home to them. 

  • Women Who Can’t Carry a Baby

Many women have medical conditions or previous health issues that make it unsafe for them to become pregnant. Similar to women and men who face infertility, these couples look to adopt. Women with heart conditions, connective tissue disorders like EDS, and other medical conditions advised against carrying a baby, still want children. Additionally, not as common. Some women want children but don’t want to go through pregnancy. 

Who will Adopt Your Baby in Kansas?

As an adoption agency, we will do everything possible to ensure your baby is adopted. You should be able to rest easy knowing that when you give birth, you’ll be placing your baby in the arms of a loving family. There are no official statistics, but experts estimate between one and two million couples are waiting to adopt every year. There’s no shortage of people wanting to adopt your baby. The real need is in women choosing adoption. If you are considering adoption in Kansas, talk with your adoption counselor at Adoption Choices of Kansas about any concerns about finding a family to adopt your baby. The answer to who will adopt my baby is who do you want to adopt your baby? 

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 AuthorMichelle Brugioni is a practiced, well-versed college-educated writer and avid coffee drinker. She has ten years of experience as a freelance writer and has written for an alarmingly wide range of clients and publications. She has written on topics like: life science, biopharmaceutical company acquisitions, dealing with anxiety, and creative drinking games. 

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