Why Choose Kansas Adoption?
For a mother who is facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may feel as though you are powerless, and the baby growing inside of you may feel foreign and unwelcome. At Adoption Choices of Kansas, we understand that you may be feeling a mix of complicated emotions, such as guilt, a sense of excitement, but still fear, and anxiety. As such, we offer adoption services and support for placing a baby up for adoption.
There are many benefits associated with adoption and private adoption in Kansas is an opportunity. You can provide your baby with a safe and loving home, and if you wish to still maintain a connection with your baby, you can choose to do so in your adoption plan. Adoption can provide you with a new future, especially if you aren’t ready to be a mother or if you never want to become a mother. Adoption is a choice that can be hard to make, but there are benefits, and at Adoption Choices of Kansas, you will never have to go through the process alone.
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.
Teen Pregnancy in Kansas
Teen pregnancy can be especially hard to deal with, not just because of the possible medical issues but also the emotional turmoil of pregnancy. Teenage years are filled with schooling and growing into your body, but an unplanned pregnancy can throw all of that into a loop. However, you do not have to go through the pregnancy alone.
One of the most important things to consider when facing a teenage pregnancy is to reach out for help. This can come in the form of your parents or even a counselor. Reaching out for help will provide you with a network of support, people that can help you when you feel depressed or anxious. Your mental health is just as important as your physical health, so it’s important to give yourself breaks.
On the physical side of things, it is important to understand that teen pregnancies have an increased chance of high blood pressure, premature birth, and postpartum depression. With these risks in mind, it is of the utmost importance that you get prenatal checkups, allowing a doctor to examine if you are healthy or need extra care. Prenatal checkups will also help a doctor detect if there will be any complications and can help prevent complications with your pregnancy.
Adoption is a Choice Made Out of Love
When you are pregnant and facing the prospect of motherhood, it may make you nervous, especially if you are not ready to be a mother. If you have never wanted to be a mother, that’s also okay. There exists a lot of pressure from society and maybe even from family to have a child if you are a female, but it’s important to understand that you are not obligated to have children. It’s okay not to want to be a mother because sometimes, motherhood is not for everybody.
When adoption is talked about, people often say that they are “giving up” their baby when choosing adoption. This phrasing is problematic because it makes the mother seem as though she doesn’t want or care about the baby, but that isn’t true. Adoption is never an easy choice to make because it requires a lot of emotional commitment, and it is a process that can be complicated to navigate. As such, adoption is never a choice people choose lightly, and adoption is never “giving up” your child because you are providing them with a loving family who will want to take care of your baby.
What Does KS Adoption Look Like?
Adoption may seem overwhelming to think about, but it may come as a relief to know that the adoption process is guided by a birth parent counselor when you work with a private adoption agency. However, the first step in the adoption agency is to get in contact with the adoption agency. Initiating contact will allow our staff to help walk you through the process and answer any questions and doubts you may have.
Afterward, you will set up a meeting with a birth parent counselor, who will get to know you and your situation. Proof of pregnancy will be required, but this part of the process is important to establish so that the rest of the process happens smoothly. After the initial meeting, you will work closely with your birth parent counselor to create an adoption plan that will map out how you want your adoption to look. You will be able to determine the type of adoption you want and the family you want your child to live with.
Once your adoption plan is established, and the family is chosen, all you have to do is wait until your due date. During this period, you will be able to receive financial aid or counseling for free if you need it. Every person’s pregnancy and living situation is unique, so your birth parent counselor will work with you to get you all the help you need. We understand how stressful pregnancy can be, so we want to help alleviate any possible stressors so that your pregnancy happens as smoothly as it possibly can.
Choosing adoption is not giving up. If you need unplanned pregnancy help now, Adoption Choices of Kansas serves birth parents statewide and beyond. We can help with teen pregnancy, financial assistance, difficult situations, and more. Please call us or text us to learn more! Call Us 877-903-4488 or Text Us 316-209-2071
Meet the author: Victoria Chan is a sophomore at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and she is currently a Literature, Media, and Communications major. She currently runs her own blog, where she shares her poetry and creative writing projects. When she is not working or studying for school, she is often reading or writing, as she seeks to pursue a career in writing.