Do you think its fair for a couple to actively , knowingly TTC while pursuing adoption? Personally, I do not. I know of alot of couples that do this while having issues with TTC...I feel like its a race to see which child they'll get first..I think you need to do one at a time. If you are ttc, wait until you have decided to STOP or put it off for a while THEN adopt. Adopting a baby needs all your time, devotion and energy...
Asked by Anonymous at 1:47 AM on Nov. 29, 2008 in Adoption
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I don't see a problem with doing both. As long as the amother is up for all of it. I had an eleven month old and a newborn and if you met my daughters you would know neither one is lacking for attention and I was doing it alone. I really don't think parents that know they can have bio children would do an agency adoption, its expensive. And foster care adoptions, you don't usually get a baby. I think some birth parents think that their child will get everything from their aparents attention, love, spoiling. And that is an illusion. And I think most parents if they were adopting and got pregnant would not give up on their adoptee, lots of parents care for twins, triples, and so on. Two babies wouldn't be very hard. Hope this makes sense.
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