Families Who Choose Adoption
Somewhere out there, a family is waiting for a child to complete it.
Who are these parents?
Maybe they've had trouble conceiving. Maybe they are older or they've had a traumatic event, like surgery, that has caused them to be infertile. Maybe they have always been unable to have children. Probably they have tried infertility treatments. There have been tests, observations, and adjustments of hormones and cycles, and so many prescriptions, each with its own horrible array of side effects. There may even have been surgery. There were months of trying, hoping, and disappointment. Maybe they are a same-sex couple who want to have a child as so many other couples do.
Whatever reasons led here, they looked at their options, and decided that adoption is the way in which they want to build their family.
Maybe they have always wanted to adopt. They've had adopted siblings, cousins, or other family members, and they've seen the joy it can bring.
For same-sex couples or single parent families, it may simply be the right time to bring a child into their life. Like many families, they want an opportunity to share the love in their home.
Couples that experience infertility often discover that what is most important to them is not the pregnancy, it is the joy of raising a child.
These waiting families understand – probably more than any other parents – the stress and cost of having a child. They also understand how infinitely precious and valuable the opportunity to love and raise a child is.
"I appreciate your style of keeping me grounded throughout the adoption process."
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