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WHERE IS MY ADOPTION PAPERS?

Hey guys,

So today, I wanted to talk about why I didnt want kids. Dont get me wrong, kids are a beautiful thing to have. I just personally wouldn’t want to carry them myself.

Let me tell you, I’m a little scary cat when it comes to pain. I dont want to deal with pain, look at pain, none of that. Pain is a not a good thing to discover. Carrying a child could cause a lot of pain. You never know how your pregnancy is going to go. That’s the scary part. I always said if I had kids, I’m not going to be the one carrying them. Whoever my girlfriend is, will be carrying them. If she doesn’t want to carry them, than we will adopt. Adoption is a real thing. I would rather adopt than carry them myself. Adoption is a beautiful thing because you get to change a life. You never know what that child is going through. You can grow a bond with the child and treat them like it’s your own. I know it’s expensive to adopt a child. Well, how much does it cost?

According to americanadoptions.com it stated “the cost associated with adoption will differ depending on the adoption professional you work with. A report from Adoptive Families Magazine found that domestic infant adoption costs families an average of $43,000. At American Adoptions, the average total adoption for our program ranges from $40,000 to $50,000.” That’s alot of money but, I’m sure it’s worth it. I think it’s beautiful when people apart of the LGBTQ+ community adopts a child. The main ones who adopt are lesbians. Well, that’s in my opinion. Do you think the LGBTQ+ Community should have a right to adopt? I think yes. Im also a part of that community as you all know. I just dont know how I will be as a parent. I’m sure I will treat my child full of love and care. I’m just scared I wouldnt be able to handle a child at this time. I’m 24. I think I’ll wait till I’m like 30. Is that too long to wait?

The reasons why I didnt want to have kids because I felt I wasnt ready for them. I think I wouldnt know what I would be doing with a child. I thought it was hard to have kids. I thought kids could possibly ruin your life in a way. But, I changed my mindset on that one of course. I thought a lot of things. (ALOT OF BAD THINGS)…..But, I’m starting to think positive about it and thinking it’s more options now.

What’s your take on this? Comment in the comment section below. See you there!!! πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹

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7 thoughts on “WHERE IS MY ADOPTION PAPERS?

  1. Adoption is a beautiful thing. The cost seems to make it prohibitive, doesn’t it? They must have reasons. Raising a child can be a life enriching experience. It is important to maintain a support group with other parents of children the same age as yours. The key is to be observant, supportive, a healthy communicator, explain the world, and don’t smother. Being a parent allows us to be children, maybe even better than we had it, with the benefit of being adult. Good luck with your searching.

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  2. β™‘ You’ll know when you know; the only caveat being don’t force a kid in to your way of thinking about life…kids are a lot smarter than you remember; because you have forgotten what it’s like to be a kid and forced to think a certain way

    …β™‘β™‘β™‘…

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  3. I was a holy terror as a child. In fact, the State of Utah considers me one of their greatest juvenile delinquents ever. I did everything except rape and murder. So straight, gay, or otherwise, I didn’t want children because I was sure that, if I had one, s/he would be the nest great serial killer, rapist, arsonist………….

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