This is a place where you can have discussions about adoption processes, the complications of such etc.
Hy dear. You are doing a great job. Not only growing your child. But the main thing is you are bearing all these stuff and don't bother this. I hope you will continue with your job. You are a brave girl. Have a wonderful life with your son.
Even if your mate — or your mom — is against your decision to adopt, it doesn’t mean that your relationship is unhealthy, or that you won’t eventually find common ground. Here’s how you can help naysayers feel better about heading down this road with you. You wanted your baby home yesterday — but your mate is dragging his feet and raising new concerns daily about taking this path toward parenthood. While such an imbalance is frustrating, it’s also incredibly common for one half of a couple to lead the charge toward parenthood. Reluctance to become a parent often centers around what must be given up, or anxiety about meeting expectations. Ask yourself and your spouse these hard questions, knowing that some may be unanswerable until you’re living with the changes a child brings. Complicating this particular decision is the fact that adoption, in many cases, symbolizes giving up on a dream. People usually come to adoption because they can’t have a child biologically, or because they have not yet found a partner. They bring these feelings with them. Adoption is not the way they expected to form a family. Even if family members don’t support the adoption decision during the wait. Most parents find that their loved ones come around when their child finally comes home. I wouldn’t make too much of their negative reactions until they finally meet your child. Once someone meets her new grandchild (or niece or nephew), fears and reluctance often melt away.
Congratulations, on your success. How is your son? Give him lots of love from the forum, we wish him good health and success for his bright future. Take care of your family.Goodluck wrote: ↑Sat Jun 30, 2018 3:40 pmHello guys. How are you all? I adopted a son last year. I am very happy I did so. People still say me stuff but I really dont care. I love him and he loves me. My husband also loves him a lot. We call him boboo. As he loved the baby’s day out child. It feels so cute having a complete happy family. Take care all of you!
Keep sharing your stories, we feel immensely happy to see such amazing success. Congratulations, to you and to your family. Take care of yourself and of your family.
Infertility was not your choice, you did not choose it on your own. It was all by your luck, you need to take care of yourself and then move ahead.Adoption is the best thing that can happen to you. It is also a good noble cause for the society, you will do good to yourself, your family and also to the society.Emma81 wrote: ↑Mon Jul 02, 2018 4:34 amThat's very nice. It was a pleasure reading your post. It will encourage many others like you. Who struggled with infertility and now left no where. They think for adoption but people keep on discouraging them. So just stick to your rules. Don't listen to people. You will be much relaxed.
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