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If you are 15 and want to put your baby up for adoption how do you find parents for the baby?

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if you are still wanting to give your baby up i would love to talk to you about adopting your baby, i would provide you with all your medical, and make sure you are completely taken care of, could you please contact me at truexoblonde@yahoo.com

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im sorry to hear about u having to put ur baby up for adoption but u think about it all which is good thing..husband and i we are wanting to adopt and well he is 28 yrs old im 32yrs ols and unable to have children of our own.we want an open adoption but anyways we might be able to help each other out so email me at walshdelores@yahoo.com ill send u my phone number and we can talkand maybe get to know each other please email me thank u and good luck

nswer Hi, sorry about you situation. I know someone who can help you email me at michelle.miller@pobox.com I have a friend that her and her husband would like to adopt a baby. Private adoption is another way to go that is where you meet the couple that is gonna adopt your baby and you go through an adoption agency. Email me and I will give you their contact info.

Good luck,Michelle

Contact Bethany Christian Services of Orange City, Iowa.(712)737-4831. You can look through family profiles to select the family that would be best to place your child with.

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Call your county human services or court house they should be able to direct you in the right direction.. but personally I have three children and wish you would think things through because there might be a dy when you regret adopting your baby to just anyone. Children are the greatest gift a woman can ever have

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All states have "safe haven" laws which allows a mother to relinquish a newborn or an infant under thirty days old, at any hospital or qualified medical facility. No forms to fill out, no questions asked, no judgment rendered. Or if you prefer you can contact Birthright at 1-800-550-4900 who will place you in contact with trained personnel to give you assistance and counseling in the adoption procedure. http://www.birthright.org

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When I decided 2 1/2 years ago to place my unborn daughter for adoption, I found an adoption attorney in the yellow pages. I was young and didn't know where else to look, but there are a lot of agencies listed under adoption that would help you start the process.

im sorry to hear about u having to put ur baby up for adoption but u think about it all which is good thing..husband and i we are wanting to adopt and well he is 28 yrs old im 32yrs ols and unable to have children of our own.we want an open adoption but anyways we might be able to help each other out so email me at walshdelores@yahoo.com ill send u my phone number and we can talkand maybe get to know each other please email me thank u and good luck

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they cant afford the baby or the person didn't want the baby in the first place or the parents wouldn't let the teen keep the baby.

The grandparents have no right to the child, only the parents can decide about adoption. If she does not want custody the father can get it.

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Contact a local adoption agency. They can arrange prospective adoptive parents and meeting to discuss the options you have regarding the idea. You can also talk to the hospital social worker where you have your baby. They are trained to help you not only in making your decision, but also in helping you decide if you want an open adoption (one where the child can find you when he or she is grown) or a closed adoption (one where the records will be sealed). In addition, they work with various adoption agencies, and will be able to help you in deciding which one to use. Answer also: Please contact your local Social Services department they will be more than happy to give you information.

Only the biological parents of a child decides whether the child will be given up for adoption or not, even when the parents are minors. You can try go for custody yourself but the court will hear the mothers side and for her to be forced to live with a child she does not want is not a ideal household for a baby. In the US you can not force someone to be a parent against their will.

yes if you want to or you can just keep him/her

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