My husband and I just adopted our first child. We opted to do an open adoption because of medical history and because we want our son to know who his birth parents are in time. We agreed to pictures, letters and visitation 1 or 2 times a year. The birth parents were in agreement with this. After my son was born and we came home, the birth parents have asked every week to see him. The first 2 weeks we agreed to it because I know that this was the hardest thing they will ever do. We have told them that we need some bonding time and yet they still ask to see him. They have even took it upon themselves to make appointments to have family pictures made of him and themselves before asking me if it was ok to do so. I have tried to be very respectful of their feelings but I feel like my husband and I feelings are not being considered. Am I wrong in my thinking? We have not finalized the adoption yet. We have custody of him. They have signed their rights away. I don't know if it is like this anywhere else, but here in SC you have to wait a minimum of 90 days (after the birth parents sign rights away) before you can go to court to finalize the adoption. The attorney told us that the only thing the judge would grant them is the letters and pictures. We have tried to explain to them numerous times that we just want some bonding time. When I do send them pictures, they end up on Facebook with comments like "isn't my son handsome." I love my son with everything in me and it makes me mad to know that they are not willing to work with us now and expect us to ignore everything that was agreed upon before he was born. I was just wondering what anybody else would do if they were in this situation because I honestly don't know what else to do. Thanks in advance for any advice! Congrats on all the new babies that everyone has adopted!