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Lisa ST
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If i put my baby up for adoption then can i still see her/he on weekends or something????
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(Original post by Lisa ST)
If i put my baby up for adoption then can i still see her/he on weekends or something????
Only if it's ok with the new parents, however it will make it so much harder for you in the long run.
I have to say all my friends that are adopted are some of the nicest prettiest people I know, maybe adoption agrees with people.
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Probably. But in future can or will you give up your time to do so?
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If i put my baby up for adoption then can i still see her/he on weekends or something????
i think that would be extremely difficult.
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Well you could if you agreed on that with the adoptive parents,b ut I doubt that would happen. Adoption is meant to be a complete new start for the child, you are handing over your right of parenthood over that child to someone else so technically you have no right to keep on seeing it. I know it's hard but I think you need to decide to either keep the baby or let go completly. Seeing the baby every weekend would only hurt you even more (and confuse the child as he/she grew up)
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Even if you are allowed to, I don't think you should. You'll start feeling attached to the child and feel even worse because you can't take it back. My advice is move on - you might give birth but that does not automatically give you the qualities of a mother, for the child's sake this child should not be yours.
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http://www.ruralwellbeing.org.uk/eng...nt/choice.php3

You need to seek professional advice we are not experts on this and I for one dont know your full range of options, you can email most of these organisations so why not phone and email for more information.
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