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Birth Mother Matters in Adoption #89: Why Women Choose Adoption Again

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Birth Mother Matters in Adoption #89: Why Women Choose Adoption Again

In speaking solely for our agency, Building Arizona Families; I get asked this question often from adoptive families:  “What are the chances that our child’s birth mother may get pregnant and choose adoption again?”

The answer may surprise you…very possibly.

We do everything we can as an adoption agency to assist our birth mother in leaving our adoption program after placement in a better state that she came to us in.  We offer to assist birth mothers obtain birth control and assist them long term through the Donna K. Evans Program. 

However, some women do find themselves experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and choose adoption again.  When they come back to our program, sometimes they do want to match with the same adoptive family!

At the Donna K. Evans Foundation, our number one goal is to empower, elevate and assist women in believing that they matter, their adoption choice matters and that negative life cycles can stop.  We believe in the power of hope, promise and the will to succeed.  As a community of adoption supporters, it is critical to support life and the power of it.  Being a believer in life does not have to stop at the birth of a baby, but continues through the life of the birth mother. 

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