Please understand that these blog posts are written to use language that people commonly use when searching for help with their adoption plans. Unfortunately, while many of us are familiar with positive adoption language, most expectant moms that come to us at first do not understand what that means. The most common search term on the internet for expectant moms is “how do I give up my baby for adoption.” If we do not include those words in our blog posts, and instead put “how do I create an adoption plan for my baby” then our website will not show up in most expectant moms’ Google search results.
In their 2022 report, “Adoption by the Numbers,” the National Council for Adoption shared
information regarding adoption trends in the United States. The report is based on historical
adoption trends as well as data from 2019 and 2020 (the most recent years that comprehensive
data was available). According to the report:
“It was estimated that 115,353 children were adopted in the U.S. in 2019. Public
adoptions made up about 57%
Since our founding in 2012, Forever Bound Adoption’s offices have been located in Morgan,
Utah. Recently, we moved to a new office space in South Ogden, Utah. Conveniently, although
our physical address has changed, our phone number and the email addresses you have always
used to contact our staff remain the same. Should you ever have questions or need assistance,
you can call or text us at (801) 821-1354.
As you’ve considered all of your options for an unplanned pregnancy, you might have searched, “How can I put my baby up for adoption?” Once you’ve decided to place your baby for adoption, the most important decision you’ll make is which adoptive family is best suited to raise them. There are many factors to consider when choosing an adoptive family. We know you have concerns
Often, birth mothers exploring the possibility of giving their babies up for adoption wonder if there are any costs to them for the adoption-related services they receive. The simple answer to this question is, “No.” Birth parents are not required to pay any of the expenses associated with placing their babies for adoption.
At Forever Bound Adoption, a local adoption agency licensed in Utah and Idaho,
When families are looking to adopt a child in Utah or adopt a child in Idaho, it is important to consider whether or not they are willing and capable of caring for a child with prenatal exposure. Prenatal Exposure means that the child has been exposed during pregnancy to alcohol, tobacco, narcotics, or other drugs. In making this decision, adoptive parents need to understand what
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Did you know that as of 2017 there were 442,995 children in the foster care system? Of
that number, 19,945 aged out. Older children in foster care are less likely to be adopted and more
likely to age out. Aging out means that the children in foster care between 18-21 years of age no
longer have resources from the state and are no longer in contact with their
Discipline is a huge part of parenting. In the world of Utah adoption or Idaho adoption, discipline is something that birth mothers and adoptive couples alike need to be on the same page on. Infant adoption is daunting enough for both parties involved, so Dr. Bill Sears has been striving to help parents understand how they can best raise a happy and healthy child. Dr.
When Kevin and Darlene were married, they knew they wanted to have children, but what they didn’t know is that they would be unable to conceive the children themselves. They were now looking to adopt, but infant adoption isn’t free, and money held them back. They had many pregnancy and adoption questions. In the beginning of their married life both Kevin and Darlene were attending