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Well that's the greatest idea ever. At least yo wouldn't have to worry about the care taker of your child as they will be known one's. But one thing importantmeadeleo 05-18-2013, 11:19 AM
ChoicesYou always have a choice; the question is what choice will you make? If you or someone you know is pregnant then the choices are basic; parenting, abortion or adoption. With pregnancy, these 3 options are life changing, not to mention life long. The best way to make a decision, especially a difficult one, is to first research and educate yourself about your options. There is a wealth of information available at UnplannedPregnancy.org designed to educate and edify you in making an informed decision that you can feel confident and secure with. We’ll start with the basics here: Parenting: Whether you’re already a parent or this is a first time pregnancy, there are some questions you should ask yourself. Are you prepared, or can you make the necessary preparations to parent a child? These preparations might be different for each person and can include lifestyle and educational adjustments, or work and career paths shifting to include a newborn. As you navigate through parenthood, your life will be forever changed as you start your life with your new baby. Abortion: People often explore abortion as a viable option. What you need to research before choosing abortion are the risks, both the physical and emotional health risks and complications that can occur as a result of abortion. Talk to women that have previously opted to have an abortion and ask them about their experience. Many women will tell you there are pros and cons in the abortion world. There is a lot of controversy surrounding the option to abort a pregnancy, but ultimately the decision is yours. Take the time to thoroughly explore this procedure. Adoption: Often referred to as the third choice, adoption is the answer when parenting or abortion is not an option. There are many types of adoption these days, including open, closed, kinship, guardianship. Exploring these options can help you determine whether or not adoption is right for you. The adoption world of today is not what it used to be. Open, kinship and guardianship adoptions can allow you to maintain contact and to watch as your child grows and excels in their adoptive families. Oftentimes pictures, phone calls and scheduled visits allow adoptees the best of both worlds as they grow up knowing and feeling the love of two families, their birth and their adoptive.