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Adoption for the Professional Career-Oriented Woman

Help, I am pregnant and considering giving up baby for adoption

By  Blessing Ikhimokpa

As someone whose main priority is their career, becoming pregnant wasn’t something you planned for. Right now, your focus is on working on your career and becoming a professional, career-oriented woman. Parenthood was supposed to be something you planned for. Juggling taking care of a child and focusing on your career isn’t something you want. This is where we come in. At adoption agencies in Arizona, we specialize in pregnant moms and birth family adoption services. We’ll help with putting the child up for adoption so you can focus on your career.

Who will help create my adoption plan while I’m at work?

You’re a busy woman. Taking time out of work to take care of the adoption plan. Isn’t something you want to do. You’re wondering if someone can help do it for you. The answer to your question is; that there is. At adoption agencies in Arizona, we work with birth mothers who would like to leave the adoption plan to us. They’d like to not be involved and leave it to the adoption agency. We also work with birth mothers who want to be involved throughout the process. As well.

As a businesswoman, you’re busy 24/7. While going to meetings back and forth. So, you don’t have time. That’s ok. We’re here to take away the responsibility of worrying about the adoption plan. You can focus on your business while we handle the adoption plan.

What is an adoption plan?

An adoption plan is a plan made for birth mothers placing their child up for adoption. It’s a step-by-step guide to how the adoption process works. It goes over:

  • Who you need to talk to about adoption
  • What type of adoption you’re looking for
  • What type of adoptive family are you looking for?
  • The hospital/birth plan
  • The final adoption papers

Is there a type of adoption where I won’t need to be involved?

Since you’re someone that is busy 24/7, you’re probably looking for an adoption that will require the least amount of work, which is the closed adoption. Closed adoption is for birth mothers who don’t want to be involved in the adoption process.

Your focus is on your business; therefore, it won’t be on the adoption process. So, you want the adoption agency to handle it for you. If you choose a closed adoption. You won’t be involved in the adoption process when it’s time to create the adoption plan.

The adoption agency won’t include you and will decide for themselves. They’ll choose the adoptive parent (s). While you won’t have to be the one actively looking instead. There won’t be contact between you and the adoptive parent (s). While there won’t be contact between you and the birth child.

Since you’ll be busy most of the time, finding time to speak with the birth child might not be something you’d want. If you’re looking for help on how to give a baby up for adoption. Then you can contact our agency, and an adoption agency will help you.

Is it possible to juggle caring for a child while being a professional, career-oriented woman?

Not all professional women are the same. Some professional women have kids they see when they go home. While others choose not to have kids so they can focus on their careers. It depends on whether you want to spend that time away from work. To focus on those kids. If you need help

What is adoption for a middle-class woman?

A middle-class person is someone who is not in the upper class. But isn’t in the lower class of society either. It’s someone that’s considered to be in the middle. Not too high, but not too low, either. They have jobs comprising:

  • Doctors
  • Lawyers
  • Teachers
  • Etc.

Jobs that require their primary focus. If they have kids, daycares take care of them. The birth parent (s) are focused on their careers. For middle-class women, it might be different. Commonly, women don’t get the same privileges as men. So, they have to work harder in their careers.

This means that if they’re trying to juggle a middle-class career and a baby. It might become weighing. Become something they don’t want to do. That’s why they’re considering adoption. A middle-class woman can be a professional, career-oriented woman. While still being in college. Being in college doesn’t mean they can’t be all those things. Be someone that is focused on their career while working in school simultaneously.

Is being a birth mother in college hard?

In college, it is all about time management. For some people, college is about experience. But, for others, it’s about getting their degree so they can have career experience. Becoming pregnant during that time in college. It might be hard. But it’s about how you handle it that matters.

If you’re someone that waits until the last minute to work. Then juggling taking care of a kid while worrying about school. It might be stressful. It’s about time management and how you handle different situations.

How does adoption for college women work?

Since you’re in college, your primary focus is your homework and grades. Taking care of a kid while managing that. It could become stressful. This is why you’re considering adoption. While you’re at school, the adoption agency can be the one working on the adoption plan if you don’t want to be the one creating the adoption plan and going through the adoption process. But you don’t have to.

Just because you’re placing your birth child up for adoption. Doesn’t mean you’re required to be involved during the process. You’re a college student. You’re dealing with other things. Worrying about the adoption process is the least of your worries.

For help on how to handle adoption and your career or begin your adoption journey, birth parents can visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona or call or text us at 1-480-900-5520. If you are a prospective adoptive family hoping to adopt a baby, please instead visit us here!

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