Answers to Your Questions

Are you looking for parenting or abortion alternatives?  Do you have questions about placing a baby for adoption?

Choosing adoption doesn’t mean that you are an uncaring and unloving mother. Transfering your parental rights to someone who is better able to provide for this child at this time doesn’t take away your heredity as the birth mother. Adoption is about surrendering or placing your child with a caring, stable and established family who is hoping to provide a loving home for a child in their time of need.

Adoption is about birth parents seeking the right adoptive families for their child and a real connection taking place. In an open adoption, the child receives the benefits of knowing that love and care exists from both their birth family and their adoptive family.

Let Birth Moms Today take away any fear, uncertainly and confusion that you might be experiencing. We will guide you each step of the way as you build the right plan for your child’s future and for your post adoption needs.  We will be here to support you in the beginning and through out the post adoption stage.

Am I obligated to proceed with adoption if I change my mind?

Nothing that you do before your child is born will obligate you to have to proceed with an adoption. It is not until after your child is born and you then sign a consent are you obligated to continue with the adoption plan.

What is an adoption plan?

An adoption plan is the blueprints of your adoption desires. When it comes to building an adoption plan, expectant women have many choices regarding the way their adoption and post adoption events happen. Choices from choosing the right adoption agency or law firm to choosing a family, hospital and post adoption plan.

We will work with you as you decide the important details from who should attend the birth, if you will want alone time with your baby all the way up to your post adoption plans.

You don’t have to do this part alone.

We will help you build a plan that is right for you and your child.  


One step at a time.

How do I know what kind of family my child will need?

We will work together to discover the right family for your child's future. 

How can I be sure that I remain connected with my child even after the adoption?

Post adoption agreements are only legally enforceable in some states. When you work with Birth Moms Today, we require adoptive families to join Childconnect. This keeps you connected through photos and updates for 18 years. 



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