How to Write a Good Adoption Profile
The first step in developing a sensational adoption profile is to consult your adoption professional. Once you begin to write your profile, relax. You don’t want to sound stiff or unlike your natural self. Take a deep breath and relax before you begin writing anything. Doing so will put you at ease and help you to concentrate.
Keep in mind that your adoption profile is going to be read by many birth mothers. Don’t try to appeal to just one type of person. Doing so may prevent you from getting the chance to meet a really great expecting birth mother who could be a great fit for your adoption plans.
You should come up with 4-5 points which are unique to you and your spouse. What’s something you like to do together? How'd you meet? What dreams and goals do you have for your future child? What kind of things will you do together as a family? Try to come up with things to set you apart from other adoptive parent profiles.
You should make sure your adoption profile is between 3-6 pages with many pictures! Birth mothers are going to want to see you and your spouse. They may also want to see what your home looks like. You could also include pictures of you interacting with your friend’s or relative’s children.
Whatever you do, be sure not to ramble! Rambling can make you sound very uninteresting and unfocused. Be sure to write your adoption profile as a narrative of your life as a couple and include your interests, hobbies, and dreams. Just be yourself and you should be fine.
Please contact Radis Adoptions for more information about adoption and we’ll be happy to talk to you today!