Is this Good For My Child?
Whether putting your child up for adoption or keeping it, is your ultimate choice. You have to think how you can handle taking care of a baby at your young age. Many factors can come in between you and your decisions. Factors may include college, money, no support, religion and many others. If you start leaning toward putting your baby up for adoption make sure you keep in mind that once you sign your name on that dotted line you no longer have legal rights to your child.
There are many different adoption types where the biological parents are capable to keep in contact with their child. However there are the requirements are for the biological parents to make an agreement on paper. This must state the visitation rights. To give up a child for adoption could seem as something wrong. But when you look at the long run it might be the best and only way out of your situation. To make you less nervous about giving up your child, you can go through a process in which you can search through waiting families to adopt. You can find out what their living conditions are and other important factors such as the religion of the family, and any siblings that your child might have. Therefore the adopter can set up meetings with the family to ask the biological parents any type of questions that the might have.