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My baby will be born addicted to drugs or might be born with a birth defect. Will anyone want to adopt my baby?

Hey there, lovely soul! I know you're in a tough spot right now, and I want you to know that it's okay to feel scared and unsure. Being a pregnant teenager is a lot to handle, especially when you're facing worries about your baby's health and future. You might be struggling with the thought that your baby could be born addicted to drugs or might have a

Supporting Your Pregnant Teen: Navigating the Path of Adoption

As a mother, there's nothing more heart-wrenching than seeing your teenage daughter face an unexpected pregnancy. Your mind might be swirling with worry, fear, and uncertainty about what lies ahead. You may be wondering how to support her during this challenging time while also considering what's best for the unborn child. Take a deep breath, mama. You're not alone, and there are options available to

Birth Mother Questions Answered: What Kind of Support Resources are Available After I Place My Baby for Adoption?

If you are a birth mother who has chosen to place your baby for adoption, you may wonder what kind of support resources will be available to you after you give your baby up for adoption. Although the decisions you face now and will face after placement can be difficult, the good news is that you don’t have to face them alone if you need

What Is Open Adoption? What Does Open Adoption Look Like?

  So, you're checking out adoption information, and you might have heard about this thing called "open adoption." Let's spill the tea on what it's all about and what it actually looks like. Open adoption is like the modern, super chill version of adoption. It's all about keeping the connection between you, the birth parent, and the adoptive family. Think of it as creating this awesome extended

I Have an Unplanned Pregnancy – What Options Do I Have?

So, you find yourself in a situation you didn't plan for – an unplanned pregnancy. We get it, it's scary and confusing, but the cool thing is you've got options, and one of them is giving your baby up for adoption and an adoption agency can help you with the whole thing. Let's chat about it. First off, adoption can be a pretty amazing choice. There

Why Should I Choose a Local Adoption Agency?

As a birth mother facing an unexpected pregnancy, you probably have many unanswered questions. One question we are asked by many birth mothers is “Why should I choose to work with a local adoption agency?” If you are considering giving your baby up for adoption, there are several adoption service options available to you. You can access services through a national adoption agency, an adoption

Unplanned Pregnancy: What Are My Options?

As a birth mother facing an unplanned pregnancy, you may wonder what your options are. At Forever Bound Adoption, a local Utah adoption agency, we know you are making difficult decisions for your future. In order to do what is best for you and your baby, you need information about all of the options and resources available to you. Current Utah law prohibits the termination of pregnancy with very

Forever Bound Adoption: Who Are We?

Forever Bound Adoption is a full-service adoption agency licensed in Utah and Idaho. We are a private non-profit organization dedicated to the belief that every child deserves a nurturing, permanent family. Our founder and CEO, Steve Sunday, started Forever Bound in 2012. Steve has over 40 years of experience in the adoption field and is passionate about helping children, birth parents, and adoptive parents. Forever Bound Adoption’s mission is

Will I Be Able to Communicate With My Adoptive Family After I Give Up My Baby For Adoption?

What is an Open Adoption? According to adoptionnetwork.com, “Today, almost 60%-70% of domestic adoptions are now open adoptions, which means there is a degree of openness and disclosure of information between adoptive and birth parents regarding the adopted child.” For you as a birth mother, this means that if you desire to have an ongoing relationship of some kind with your child and their adoptive parents,