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The parents of this child (choose) to ask this woman to adopt the baby. They could’ve choose the hard life and kept him, but they didn’t. I skip lunch breaks to play card nursing shirt It was their responsibility and the turned it over to her with some signatures. I’m actually more worried about, down the road.
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Why dont you start a group like that in your area? Yes it should. You are way off base. If you can not feed, clothe, educate and provide medical necessities for your child you might want to consider adoption. You should not always count on other people and the government to raise your child. Financial reasons are definitely a reason to consider adoption. We need to support families period. There’s plenty of parents who do adopt and can’t manage. Every year there’s murders and abuse of adoptive children that make headlines. Families need support and adoption isn’t always the answer either. I skip lunch breaks to play card nursing shirtSadly there’s not enough adopting families available and some of the ones who are willing, aren’t always adequate and prepared to take on children they think they can (i.e. Sarah and Jennifer Hart anyone?) Actually there are programs out there that do just that and surprise, surprise they are run by Christian Pro-Life organizations.
We have quite a few here in San Diego. They help the mom’s with financial aid, getting jobs, help with child care and counseling. All for FREE. So before making a blanketed statement about pro-lifers are ONLY pro-birthers, do some research. Our society will protect the eggs of a bird before protecting the LIFE of a HUMAN CHILD!!! So backwards!!! We don’t really know that they would’ve kept him. All we know is that they DIDN’T. There’s obviously a lot to the story we don’t know. Above someone mentioned that they’ve seen ppl who’ve had babies with this problem and done everything possible to keep them. Ppl get charity, take extra jobs, set up go fund me accounts, get Medicaid, disability for the child, etc.