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Who Will Adopt My Baby in Nevada?

Who Will Adopt My Baby in Nevada?

Adoption leads to the creation of so many wonderful families while giving the birth parents an opportunity to get back on their feet. As a birth mother, you have probably given some thought to the type of family that you envision to raise your child. You might even be asking yourself: Who will adopt my baby? When you go through the Nevada adoption process, you will review many adoptive parent profiles as you search for a family for your baby. You will find a diverse array of families who are waiting to bring a child into their lives, so it’s encouraged to keep an open mind when looking for the right family for your baby. Adoption Choices of Nevada will assist you in finding an adoptive family in any way we can. As the first step in this, we are providing you with this overview of the different types of families who seek out adoption so that you can have a better idea of your options.

Who Will Adopt My Baby During a Nevada Adoption Process?

  1. Placing My Baby for Adoption with a Couple Experiencing Fertility Issues

A common reason couples seek to adopt a baby is that they have been unsuccessful in becoming pregnant either by natural means or IVF. Through your selfless choice, you are allowing them to have the family they have been longing for. After years of waiting for a child, they are more than enthusiastic about providing your child with a loving and supportive environment that will enable him or her to reach his or her full potential.

  1. Give Up My Baby for Adoption to a Fertile Couple Wanting to Give a Child a Home

While many couples seek out adoption because they could not conceive on their own or with assistance, there are many couples who do not have fertility issues and seek to adopt. There are many valid reasons why they might choose adoption, but some of these reasons include:

  • wanting to provide a home for a child in need of one
  • not feeling comfortable with the idea of being pregnant
  • not wanting to pass down any genetic diseases to a child
  • having a health condition that pregnancy can complicate
  1. Placing My Baby for Adoption with an LGBTQ+ Couple

Many LGBTQ+ couples dream of being parents, but they are not able to conceive on their own. Perhaps the couple consists of two men or two women, and they aren’t able to provide an egg or sperm, respectively. A heterosexual couple wherein one of the partners is transgender experiences this same limitation. However, adoption offers these couples the opportunity to become the parents they were meant to be. A child raised in an LGBTQ+ household will benefit from the unconditional love and support their parents have to offer that they can learn from. Having an LGBTQ+ couple as parents can also help a child develop tolerance, resilience, and authenticity from an early age, which will help them develop into self-aware and stable adults.

  1. Putting Up My Baby for Adoption by a Couple of a Different Cultural Background

One of the wonderful aspects of adoption is that it can bring people from different cultural backgrounds together in an effort to give a child a bright future. Interracial adoption has become far more common in recent decades and has brought increased visibility to mixed families. When a couple or individual decides to adopt a child of a different culture, they will benefit greatly by learning more about the child’s heritage so they can incorporate it into how they will raise their child. As important as it is to instill pride in a child for their birth culture, it’s equally important to make them feel included in the culture of their adoptive family. If you find a couple or individual who has a different background from your child but understands how to achieve this balance, you may find that they just might be the right fit for your child.

  1. Give Up My Baby for Adoption to a Single Person

Many birth mothers envision a couple raising their child, which is a perfectly valid thing to want. However, there are many unpartnered individuals who would make for wonderful parents and are eager to give a child a loving home. Many people manage to successfully raise children on their own without the presence of a partner. If you are concerned about any challenges a single individual might face while raising your child, you can always learn more about whether they have other people in their lives who are available to help them take care of your child.

How Will You Choose Your Baby’s Adoptive Parents in Nevada?

As a birth mother, you know your needs and your child’s needs best, which is why you are in the driver’s seat when it comes to selecting a family to raise your child. Luckily, you have so many wonderful types of families to choose from, so you can meet those needs. At Adoption Choices of Nevada, we will work closely with you to understand what you seek in an adoptive family so that we can match you with the right couple or individual to give your child a promising and fulfilling life. The sooner you reach out to us, the sooner we can help you find the right adoptive family to take care of your baby.

Adoption Choices of Nevada has been providing adoption and surrogacy services across Nevada since 2012. You can also call us to speak to someone now. Contact Us 24/7: 855-940-4673 (Toll-Free) | 702-474-4673 (Las Vegas) | 775-825-4673 (Reno) | 775-738-4673 (Elko) | 775-884-4673 (Carson City).

Meet the Author: Mary DeStefano is an Ohio native currently living in northern Virginia and works in the litigation consulting industry where she has experience in antitrust, product liability, and mass torts matters. She holds a B.A. in Economics (‘15) and an M.A. in Applied Economics (‘16) from the University of Cincinnati. 

Mary is passionate about empowering and supporting those involved in the adoption and surrogacy processes. She finds great meaning in wielding the written word to develop impactful narratives and to help people stay informed. In her spare time, Mary can be found beachcombing and going on other adventures with her dog along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. She also has an affinity for antiquing and loves a good 80’s movie marathon.