Adoption? How do I "give up" my baby for adoption?
Depending on how you came across this blog you may be intrigued or even offended. Please trust me that it is not my intention to offend. I am just using this opportunity to prove how offensive this is. The truth of the matter is that in speaking with hundreds of people looking to place a child for adoption, many of them do not say “place my baby” or “place my child”. They use the term “give up”. This choice of words is not a reflection on the person uttering them necessarily, it is just the way society, and mostly “Hollywood”, has phrased the most amazing selfless act a woman and man can do for a complete stranger. I will not bore you with the historical background of why “give up” or, more specifically, “put up” came to be the term used by the masses when refering to adoption. The important thing is that we all learn that these amazing women and men are not “giving up” on anything.
I encourage you, if you are interested in just finding out more information about placing a child, to call us. We answer the phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additionally, you can view profiles of families waiting to adopt right now on our website www.IndianaAdoption.com. Keep in mind we update this website on a weekly or daily basis with additional families who have also been very carefully screen by licensed child placement agencies.
We are here to work with you to help you make the best decision for you and your baby. No pressure, we promise. If you want to speak to a counselor about adoption we will also help with that, at no cost to you.
Our practice is owned and operated by the Kirsh family. We are not your ordinary law firm, we are a family looking to help people like yourself work through this challenging decision before you.