Adoption situations – bi-racial adoptions

This birth parent is hoping to find a family that can provide his son with a wonderful life full of stability and love. The family can be of any race but some ethnic diversity would be great. Birth father states no known health issues and his son is up to date on his immunizations. Contact desired after placement will be letters and pictures along with the option of a visit once a year.

This birth mother has been thinking about adoption and feels that adoption may be best for her children. She is currently looking at adoptive families for her son and unborn daughter. She is seeking a Christian family. She states that her son is not vaccinated and desires a family that will not vaccinate the children.This birth mother may desire future visits and an open relationship through letters and photos.


She may need help with expenses, such as food and rent.

This birth mother is looking for a family with some Christian faith. She is willing to review both married and single families for this adoption as long as they are willing to offer an open adoption including once a year visits. She’s looking for a good, stable family that can spend time with the child. However, she prefers a family without children. This birth mother says she is not in a stable environment and cannot afford to raise a child at this time. She has health coverage, is seeing the doctor on a regular basis, and reports no health issues for herself or the baby.

This birth mother was not planning on adding to her family and is already busy as a single mother. She is very busy with her career and secondary education that she feels adoption is the best decision for this child. She is receiving prenatal care and has health insurance, though there may be some out-of-pocket medical expenses. Birth mother is open to any race family and would like an open adoption.

This birth mother feels that adoption may be best for her child, and is currently looking at adoptive families. This birth mother is interested in placing her baby with a loving, financially secure, christian family. This birth mother may desire future visits and an open relationship through letters, photos, and visits. She may need help with expenses, such as rent and food.

This birth mother is open to a family of any race but feels it would be great if there was some diversity in the family. She is getting prenatal care and has medical insurance. Help with pregnancy related expenses will be appreciated! She would like to have an open adoption to include letters, pictures and a visit once a year. Phone calls on occasion would be great also!

This birthmom would like to place her child for adoption with a loving family. She said that she wants the family to allow the child to make their own decision about religion and career paths. She said that in the beginning of the pregnancy she used cigarettes, but stopped once she found out she was pregnant. This birthmom is still looking into her options, so she is unsure what kind of future contact she wants just yet, but she is open to discussion.

This birth mother is hoping to find an adoptive family that will provide a loving environment for her child. She is open to any race family as well as a family with kids already. She does prefer a mom & dad to raise her daughter. This birth mother wants to find a family willing to have an open adoption to include letters and pictures as well as visits. There is special needs with this little one.

This birth mother feels that adoption may be best for her child and is currently looking at adoptive families. She is looking for a Caucasian family with one or two other children. She would like her child to have a girl sibling. She may want to receive photos and letters, and have visits in the future. The child is healthy and is up to date on vaccinations.

This birth mother just found out she is pregnant and is currently parenting triplets. She does not have the means to provide for another child at this time. She is looking for a family of any race that would be open to sharing letters and photos with the occasional visit. She intends to start her prenatal care soon and does not use any substances. She is hopeful to develop a good relationship with the adoptive family and excited to learn about all they have to offer this child.

This birth mother is making an adoption plan for her baby that is due in October. She is currently raising 2 other children as a single mom, and is not ready for another child. She is receiving prenatal care and has plans on going back to school to become and Ultrasound Technician. She is hoping to receive picture and letter updates throughout the child’s life.

This birthmother is looking to place her unborn son with a loving, stable adoptive family. She said that she is currently in school and does not feel as thought she can properly parent this child and finish the goals she has for herself. She said that she would like an open adoption that includes letters, photos, and visits. This birthmom may need some help with pregnancy related expenses like rent and food.

This birth mother is looking for a loving couple who is open to a biracial boy. She is currently a single mother and cant provide financially for her son. She did not use any substances during her pregnancy and states he is on track developmentally. She has plans to return to school to better herself emotionally and financially. She would like her adoption plan to include letters and photos for updates with the occasional visit.

This birth mother is hopeful to find a loving family for her baby. She is already parenting three other children and does not feel she could parent another child at this time. She is looking for a married couple that does not have children and would like them to have animals. She prefers a closed adoption with no contact after the adoption is complete however would like to get to know the family during the adoption process.

This birth mother recently found out she is pregnant and is interested in finding a Caucasian or bi-racial family for her baby. She is already raising two children alone and feels overwhelmed at the idea of raising three children. She has recently started her prenatal care and intends to continue this care throughout her pregnancy. She has not used any substances during her pregnancy and plans to maintain a healthy lifestyle. She would like to have annual visits included in her adoption plan in addition to letters and photos for updates.

This Birth mother never thought she would be considering adoption for her child. Recently she became ill and her health will only get worse. She has no other family around and the birth father left when her daughter was a year old. As her health continues to worsen, she will not be able to care for her daughter the way she needs to be cared for. She describes her daughter as a happy and beautiful child. She is healthy, up to date on her shots, and goes to the dentist every 6 months. She is looking for a Caucasian family, who has never been divorced before. She would like a closed adoption unless the child would like to find her when she becomes an adult.

The birth family has come a long way and feel the best thing for these children is an adoption plan. Due to the children’s ages and their journey so far, the birth family is open to any family that can provide a loving environment as well as patients and compassion for them. The children will most likely need your undivided attention for a period of time to work through the barriers they face. There were substances used during the pregnancy.

This birth mother is interested in placing her baby with an African American family who are financially secure and able to provide a wonderful life for her child. Birth mom states no known health issues or substance use. Birth mom is unsure about contact after placement at this time but would like to consider families open to an open adoption to include letters, pictures, and an occasional visit. She will appreciate some assistance with her pregnancy related expenses.