If you are like the many birth mothers or birth fathers who could use some help in raising and parenting your child, you may find this page and the links below to be of help. This section is designed for a birth mother and/or birth father who is raising their child and who wants to improve and be an even better parent.
We are a fully licensed non-profit adoption agency that helps birth mothers living in any state in the U.S. and we can also help U.S. citizens living in any foreign country. We have helped over 9000 birth parents and families. Feel free to contact us or call (toll-free 1(800)943-0400) if you have any questions or if you want our guidance or help. All calls are confidential and there is never any obligation or cost to you for our help. There is never any fee to you as a birth parent whether or not you work with our agency. Please visit the link "Ways we can help you".
We are committed to putting your needs first and to helping you in every way possible. Since our founding in 1985, we have worked with thousands of birth parents and adopting families from all over the world and our overall satisfaction rating is excellent. Feel free to contact us (toll-free 1(800)943-0400) if you have any questions or if you want our guidance and help.
It is important to understand the developmental stages and progress of your child. This section of the website can help you to understand the first several years in the growth and development of your child. It includes child development information from ages 0-21 years as well as a calendar that shows your baby's development from conception to 3 years.
Infant and child health has baby care and health related information from a variety of sources including the Mayo Clinic, The American Academy of Pediatrics, the National Institutes of Health, and the National Library of Medicine. It has extensive information on illnesses and diseases, lists of hospitals and physicians, a medical encyclopedia and a medical dictionary.
While most women in the world breast feed, in the US it is not as wide spread. However, based on extensive and well accepted research, it is accepted that if you breast feed your child, breast feeding can help protect a baby against many illnesses. This section of the website will help you if you are considering breastfeeding your child. For additional information about breast feeding, please visit the link "after delivery" on the website Pregnancy And Children.
The biological father is the man whose sperm impregnated the biological mother (the woman who gave birth to the child). The biological father has rights and responsibilities based on the fact that he biologically fathered the child. A father who is raising his child encounters many new, and often complicated, issues.
Mother and child safety deals with domestic violence, child abuse, shelters, and provides some general information resources.
For additional information about your pregnancy and about infant health, please visit the website Pregnancy And Children.