We've met with an expectant mother who's chosen us to adopt her baby. However, we feel like we are getting conflicting info from her CW. The mom asked her CW to give us her email address but we were given the wrong one. After our meeting, she wanted us to be given her phone number, that hasn't happened yet either. They "don't recommend giving out personal info", but yet, it's supposed to be an open adoption. In a way, I see their point, but how are we supposed to form any type of a relationship if we can't contact one another? We don't want her to think we have her # and we're just not using it. We also were told that she can't sign any papers until 10 days after giving birth. I came across info last night that says that in that particular state, she can't sign anything until 48 hours after the birth. It's pretty important that they do it legally! How do we feel like we can trust the CW? Any suggestions?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:31 AM on May. 24, 2009 in Adoption
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