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May 4th, 2010, 12:18 PM
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Another option is to go through your state and do foster to adopt. Most of the time, the cost to adopt through your state is under $1000, which just covers the cost of the legal fees in most cases.

I'm sorry you've had such a heart wrenching time concerning pregnancy recently. Hopefully, you'll be able to find a woman who wants to place her baby for adoption. She's not giving it up, she's placing it. There is a big difference. Giving it up implies that she doesn't love nor care for the baby. Placing a baby implies that the birth mother cares about the baby enough to find a loving and caring home for him/her where it will be provided for. You might not think there's much difference, but the type of language used is very important. Many women choose not to place their baby because they have always heard about adoption in a negative light.
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