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Single Father Adoption

Single Father Adoption Single fathers are more common in today’s world than you may think. Yet, they want to adopt, just as much, as couples such as LGBT, military, younger couples, etc. Adoption Choices of Kansas hopes that you will work with a caseworker in looking at potential single prospective adoptive fathers to adopt your baby.  Single adoptive fathers bring joy to the world, and should remain open as a choice for you when deciding the type of adoptive parent you may be looking for in regards to adopting your baby. Who is a single father?  A single adoptive father is a male adult who may or may not have a child of his own. Most often, a single adoptive father may seek adoption because he longs to expand his…

Top Benefits and Challenges of Choosing LGBT Adoption as a Birth Mother

Top Benefits and Challenges of Choosing LGBT Adoption as a Birth Mother As a birth mother, you made the choice to place your baby for adoption because you want the best possible outcome for your child. You seek to pave the way for his or her success in any way you can, even though you won’t be the one raising your child. Most importantly, you want the most qualified adoptive parents to bring up your child, and Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri is committed to helping you find those parents.  In your search for the adoptive parents who will fit best for you and your child, you may come across LGBT couples and individuals as potential matches. If you think they are meant to be the ones to raise your…

How to put a baby up for adoption in MO or KS

How to put a baby up for adoption in MO or KS As you face an unplanned pregnancy, you’re considering your next steps. While you’ve contemplated placing your child for adoption, there are several questions sitting between you and your final decision: What is adoption? Who chooses adoption? And why should I consider it as an option? Adoption Choices of Kansas & Missouri is here to help by giving you the information you need! Below, we’ve broken down the need-to-know basics of adoption. What is Adoption? Adoption is a way of providing the security, permanency and love of a new family when it is not possible for you, the expectant parent, to raise your child. It’s a selfless act of love. One in which legal parental responsibility is transferred from you to your child’s…

Adoption Agencies in MO and KS

Adoption Agencies in MO and KS How to Adopt in Kansas Whether you are looking to adopt, looking to place your child for adoption, or searching for information about home studies and where to begin the process, the following information will be your guide to all things adoption in Kansas. What you need to know about adopting a baby in Kansas To get started on your adoption journey, it is important to understand some of the fundamental aspects and frequently asked questions about the process. Here are a few things to know when considering adoption in Kansas. What are the laws and requirements for adopting a baby in Kansas? Any adult, 18 years or older, married or unmarried may attempt to adopt a child in Kansas. If the Prospective Adoptive Parent is…

I’m Pregnant Help!

I'm Pregnant Help! If you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and considering adoption, you are looking for a Kansas or Missouri Adoption Agency. At Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri, we provide adoption services to help. Kansas and Missouri Adoption Services At no cost to you, Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri is available to provide you with financial help with some expenses, housing, food, sundries, bus pass, and other necessities to make your pregnancy comfortable, medical care, and support counseling. We are here for you. A caring caseworker from Adoption Choices of Missouri will be by your side to provide you with comfort and emotional support. Call us at (877) 903-4488 or Text us at (316) 209-2071 Adoption is not giving up If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and/or considering adoption for your baby, it is important…

Adoption is an Option in Kansas and Missouri

Adoption in Kansas and Missouri Adoption is an Option at Any Stage Whether you are eight weeks pregnant, eight months pregnant, just gave birth, or have been parenting your child for months, adoption is always an option. Many women don’t realize that it is never too late to place your child for adoption. In fact, choosing adoption after birth is actually more common than you might realize. Can I Place My Child for Adoption at Any Age? Yes. Sometimes, the reality of becoming a mother doesn’t hit you until you’ve given birth or even parented your child for some time. Or, maybe your financial or living situation has changed and you are no longer able to care for your child. No matter the circumstances, choosing adoption may be the best…

Merry Christmas from Adoption Choices

To all of our friends, families, prospective adoptive families, and birth parents who celebrate Christmas, may the magic of the season fill you with hope and peace! Sending you a very Merry Christmas! Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri serves birth parents statewide and beyond, please call us or text us to learn more! Call us toll free at 1-877-903-4488 or, in Missouri call or text us at (816) 527-9800; in Kansas call or text us at (316) 209 2071

Pros and Cons of Open Adoption in Missouri and Kansas

Pros and Cons of Open Adoption in Missouri and Kansas Since the 1970s, open adoption has increasingly been the norm for adoptive families and birth mothers. What is open adoption? Learn more herefirst. It is widely regarded as the most prosperous and enriching adoption choice. If you are a birth mother considering adoption for your child, you may wonder why open adoption is as popular and beneficial as it is. Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri is here to show what exactly makes it so attractive, and what makes it unattractive too. Here are some of the pros and cons of open adoption. Cons of Open Adoption You may Experience Grief/Regret after the Adoption Process It is all too common for birth mothers to experience some sort of sadness when…

What Should I Include in My Adoption Hospital Plan as a Birth Mother? 

What Should I Include in My Adoption Hospital Plan as a Birth Mother?  Plans and preparations before a major life event can help ease your mind and relax your stress and anxiety levels. Your adoption journey is no exception -- particularly the birth and delivery aspect of it. As a birth mother planning to place your child for adoption, you are likely anticipating what your hospital stay and experience might look like. You may be wondering what to bring, what you should know beforehand and how to best prepare. This is where creating a hospital plan as a birth mothercomes into play, as it has many benefits and can ensure that you are as comfortable as possible when the time arrives to deliver your child. At Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri,…

Newborn Adoption and Infant Adoption for Birth Mothers in Missouri and Kansas

Newborn Adoption and Infant Adoptionfor Birth Mothers in Missouri and Kansas Experiencing an unplanned pregnancy in Kansas or Missouri or nursing an infant as a birth mother can be an overwhelming time. However, whether it’s before your child is born or shortly after, you can still choose to place your baby up for adoption. There is no right or wrong time and adoption is always an option for you. At Adoption Choices of Kansas and Missouri, we will make sure that your adoption journey is filled with understanding and support whichever route you choose. We understand that choosing adoption is not an easy choice, no matter when you start your adoption journey. The good thing is that the adoption process won’t vary too much as far as steps go. If…

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