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Adoption Situations – Hispanic Boy Due January 2016

Act of Love is helping expectant mom C who is seeking an adoptive family for her baby due around 1/13/16 in Utah.
C is searching for an adoptive family to select for an open adoption that is interested in adopting her baby. For further information on this situation please Click Here For More Info!

How do I deal with the emotional agony of adoption?

SkylarAre you wondering how you will possibly be able to deal with the emotions of adoption? Will you have anyone on your side to support you when you need it? What is the best decision for your unborn child? Let us help you – know that you will have support! Call 800-835-6360 or text 801-450-0094 – 24 hours/7 days a week to talk with women like Skylar who have taken that leap of faith for their child. Learn about the support that is available both before and after you choose adoption. We understand the emotions and toll these decisions can take. Whether you have made your decision for your unborn child or want information to make the decision, we are here for you. We can help you be a stronger, happier you and find a peace of mind with your decision.

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Simply call 800-835-6360 or text 801-450-0094 to speak with a kind and caring person.

Adoptive Family for Baby Due January 2016

Act of Love is helping expectant mom A with an agency assist for her baby due around 1/29/16 in Southern California.
A is searching for an adoptive family that is interested in adopting her baby. For further information on this situation please Click Here For More Info!

Choosing adoption? Do you know that goodness has always been in you?

Do you wonder if you made the right decision about adoption? Do you wonder if you are a good person? Is your decision to choose adoption still hard for you? Are you considering adoption? Call today to speak with birth parents that have asked those same questions and realized that they DO have goodness and that goodness has always been with them 800-835-6360 or text 801-450-0094.

These are all questions that many birth parents have when they have chosen adoption and many who have chosen adoption celebrate their choices and the life they gave their children. Talking with those that have walked in your shoes can be very beneficial when you are making decisions for your unborn child. We can connect you with women that chose adoption and adoption counselors that will listen to you, help provide answers to your questions and give you information to make the best decision for you.

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Will my child hate me, if I choose adoption?


See the Love!

Adopted children DO NOT hate their birth parents! Many birth parents fear that if they choose adoption their children will resent and despise them, but it is simply not true! How can a child hate a parent that was so unselfish to put the needs of that child before their own? To talk more about this, call 1- 800 835-6360. We have wonderful adoption counselors that can help answer your questions!

Adoption is about Love. Adoptive children learn about their birth parents and the reason why they were placed for adoption. They LOVE their birth parents for the sacrifice they were willing to make, so that the child could have a loving family and the very best life possible.

Learn more about adoption by giving Act of Love a call today! We are available at all times…..day or night at 1-800-835-6360!


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How do I tell my mom I’m pregnant?

Noelle Mobile Site PhotoYou’re pregnant, feeling alone, scared and fearful that you have disappointed your mom. This can be a devastating time we can help with your unexpected pregnancy and speaking with your mom and close family members.  Call 1-800-835-6360 or text 801-450-0094 24/7 to talk to confidential and caring adoption staff. Get support and guidance to talk to your family about your unplanned pregnancy.

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Many girls really want to tell their mom they are pregnant, but are too afraid of what she will say or do. It is a good idea to find a time that you can sit down and talk with your mom. It’s best to plan a time when you know she won’t need to leave the house right away and the two of you can talk and listen to each other. Remember, that she may not have any idea that you are pregnant and that it will likely be a shock to her. Be prepared for a wide range of emotions that she may display. But, remember that she is your mom and she loves you. She wants the best for you. Call today 1-800-835-6360 or text 801-450-0094 to talk with adoption professionals that help you through the emotions.

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Immediate Need: Adoptive Families for Hispanic Baby

This situation is for expectant mom, L.K., who is making an adoption plan for her Hispanic baby due around the middle of November that may become available in the Outreach Program.  L.K. is currently in the hospital and dilated to 5 cm.   She has requested that Act of Love assist her in searching for a local, Utah adoptive family that is looking for an open adoption.  L.K. prefers the adoptive family to be Christian and wants to have continued post-adoption contact with the adoptive family through social media, letters and pictures, as well as visits.

L.K. reports that she has not had any prenatal care and the gender of the baby will be known at birth.  By her report, she states that she does not smoke, drink alcohol or use any other substances.  She is currently working on becoming Medicaid approved.

Available medical records and further non-identifying information and social health history will be made accessible to approved Outreach families that are interested in being considered for this potential adoption situation.  To become an approved Outreach adoptive family and to receive further information regarding L.K’s situation, please contact Act of Love immediately at outreach@aactofloveadoptions.comTo get started, adoptive families can request an adoption packet from the Act of Love website at www.aactofloveadoptions.com and/or contact Act of Love at outreach@aactofloveadoptions.com.

Adoptive families that are home study ready and are interested in this situation, should complete the (6 pg) Application for Services in the adoption packet and be prepared to provide an approved home study and supporting documents to the home study.  Adoptive family will also need to have a PDF of their adoption profile ready to be presented to L.K.  A complete outline of Outreach Program can also be found on the website under the Adoptive Family Outreach tab.  Application and approval in the Outreach Program DOES NOT require any fees or obligation until match.  All fees will be due at the time of match.

The AOL staff is happy to answer any questions you have regarding adoption or the Outreach Program.  It would be our pleasure to address your adoption needs.  All Act of Love situations are presented to full-service adoptive families prior to presenting to Outreach adoptive families.

Contact Act of Love Adoptions to find out more about individual services to families and birth parents interested in completing an adoption plan, as well as agency assist and full adoption services. A free Adoption Orientation is offered, on the first Tuesday of every month beginning at 7:00 p.m. The next Adoption Orientation will be held tonight, October 6, 2015 beginning at 7:00 p.m., at the Sandy offices.  The orientation offers a casual setting designed to provide educational information to adoptive families considering adoption along with information to experience a successful adoption before, during and after placement.  Birth parents and adoptive families will be available to answer questions and share their stories. Call 801-572-1696 to receive further information on the orientation or to schedule a free, private informational appointment. AOL looks forward to being able to support you with your adoption needs.

No Small Reminder

SkylarI had the privilege of witnessing my oldest son’s baptism a few weeks ago. It was an extraordinary event to witness, and I am so happy for him. It really makes my soul sing knowing that he has decided to take this step in his life.

It is also a reminder of why I am so happy to have placed my youngest son for adoption. He truly has the most amazing parents in the world. (Not biased at all…)

There were several main reasons I chose to place my son for adoption. The number one main reason is so that he would be safe. The second main reason is so that he would have a mom and dad in the same home, raising him, caring for him, and loving him. I did not want him to be without the family he deserves, and I wanted him to have the kind of family that he would not have had if I decided to raise him myself.

Seeing Edward’s baptism, it was a reminder that I made the right decision to place Matthew for adoption. When I see the accomplishments of my two boys I raise myself, I see the potential for Matthew to accomplish those same goals. I know that he has a family that is able to spend time with him and teach him the most important things in life. I cannot say with absolute certainty that I would have been able to do the same for him.

I know that his parents have the desire and means to teach him and raise him in the way that I believe he deserves to be taught and raised.

I love all my kids dearly, but raising kids is hard work. It requires a lot of time and effort. I am thankful for the opportunity to raise Edward and Matthias, and it is a joy to be with them. Knowing how challenging, yet rewarding, it is to raise children, I am eternally grateful for Matt’s family giving him everything I wanted for him. They are a wonderful example of love and the true meaning of family.

Contact Act of Love Adoptions today 24/7 at 1-800-835-6360 or text to 801-450-0094 to receive caring and confidential services.  The staff is available to provide answers to your questions and comfort as you consider your options for your child.

Am I Financially Ready to be a Parent?

Perhaps one of the reasons why an unplanned pregnancy is so overwhelming is the prospect of being financially responsible for the care and needs of a child. Being a parent comes with a great deal of responsibility and will require some financial preparedness to ensure that the child’s basic needs are met.

If you have an unexpected pregnancy and are in the process of deciding whether to parent or to choose adoption, one important factor to consider is whether you are financially ready to be a parent. Although one’s financial standing should not be the sole basis of your decision, it is nevertheless an important and long-term consideration.

In a 2010 report, the US Department of Agriculture states that a parent will spend over $12,000 annually for the child’s needs. This includes the following:
– Food. Even when you plan to breastfeed, you will need to earmark a portion of your budget for baby formula and food. Breastfeeding also means ensuring that you maintain a healthy diet yourself. Over the years, you will also need to provide healthy food on the table at least 3 times a day, as well as provide for school lunches and vitamins.
– Housing. This includes rental or mortgage payments, as well as basic household appliances. If you own the house, you will also need to account for property taxes.
– Childcare and equipment. If you will be a working single mother, you will need to engage the services of a nanny or a day care center. With a baby, you also need a variety of baby-related equipment such as a car seat, stroller, a crib, baby booster seat and changing table. As the baby grows, you may want to provide the child with his own room and furnishings.
– Medical care. You need to set aside an amount for your delivery. The hospital bills for a normal delivery can amount to $9,000 while a Cesarean section can run up to $12,000). During his growing years, the baby will need regular visits to his pediatrician to ensure that he is developing properly and to get his immunizations. Even with insurance, a stay at the hospital (due to sickness or accident) will involve deductibles and co-payments and will also be subject to maximum limits. Of course, you will also need to cover the monthly insurance premiums.
– Clothing and other needs. Babies need onesies, other baby clothes and shoes that he will soon outgrow. You can also choose between disposable diapers or washable ones. As he grows, you also need to budget for personal care items.
– Education. This includes baby books, CDs, records, multi-media apps, as well as transportation costs of going to and from the school. If you desire to send the child to college, you can also start saving up for the cost of matriculation.

It is important to assess your current financial standing to see whether you have the financial capability to meet the current needs of your pregnancy and the future needs of the baby. This is especially urgent if you are currently struggling to meet your personal needs.

The good news is that if you are determined to parent, there are places where you can turn to get support. For instance, Medicaid can help you with some of your medical care expenses. The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children can relieve the financial strain of providing for the nutritional needs of your child. There are also ways and means by which you can lower the costs for housing, baby equipment and other related costs. For instance, you can go through eBay or second-hand shops for the baby’s crib, stroller and other needs.

Weighing your situation and what you can do about it will be an important step in making an informed decision about parenting or adoption. If you are leaning towards adoption, you can ask A Act of Love Adoptions about the financial assistance they can extend to you. Aside from helping you with the medical costs of the pregnancy and childhood, you can avail of pregnancy related assistance for your living expenses and housing needs depending on your state laws. A Act of Love also provides counseling, legal advice and transportation for medical care and groceries.

Contact Act of Love Adoptions today 24/7 at 1-800-835-6360 or text to 801-450-0094 to receive caring and confidential services.  The staff is available to provide answers to your questions and comfort as you consider your options for your child.

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