aboutLifeLong

  1. Lifelong Adoptions Family

    An adoption shower is a time to celebrate your new arrival with your friends and loved ones, and an adoption shower registry allows them to contribute gifts that you can make use of without duplicating gifts. Check out some of the innovative items below to see which ones can help you and your child in the coming months. 

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  2. Lifelong Baby

    As an adoptive parent, you may not have access to breast milk after your infant adoption has taken place. When you take home your baby from the hospital, there are so many thoughts that enter your head about what parenting challenges are just around the corner. Feeding is just one of them.

    Although parenting is a very rewarding experience, sometimes the fussing and feeding can feel like an unfamiliar task for new parents. Though you may not be using all of the biological feeding methods for your infant, your baby can still have a perfectly healthy diet and get everything they need nutrition-wise.

    Below, we’ve outlined a feeding schedule and other information that can help you establish a healthy feeding routine with your new baby.

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  3. Single Mom

    The nuclear family including a father, mother and biological children is becoming less of today's ideal. The more contemporary depiction and family can be been exemplified in single-parent adoptions, same-sex adoptions, multi-generational families and blended families. Despite all the benefits of single parent adoptions, the single person often faces the combined scrutiny that two parents would face in a perspective adoptive family that would contain two parents. The decision to adopt as a single parent involves a lot of preparation. To help with taking steps to parenthood there are a few things to help with ease through the process.

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  4. Birthmother

    When selecting parents to raise your child, you might prefer to place your baby with an LGBT couple. LifeLong Adoptions caters to all types of families and so we believe in the LGBT community’s rights to become parents. When you are select parents for placement, it is a big decision and you have to consider a lot of factors. We want to help you make the right choice. That is why we have made these questions to help you with the process.

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  5. Adoption Paperwork

    When it comes to adoption, the process can be long and stressful, and it definitely involves a lot of paperwork. If you want to stay on top of it all, it is going to take some effort. Luckily, we are here to provide you with a great guide to help you organize your adoption paperwork easily, so you can focus on more important things.

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