Absolutely. You and you alone get to decide which adoptive parents will be best for your baby. To do this, you would get to know them. You can ask them questions about their background, their faith, their family rituals. You can tell them about the way you were raised. These are all addressed in the adoption plan we will help you with.
Can I still choose adoption after my baby is born?
I can't afford an attorney. Who will pay you?
Does the father of my baby have rights?
What is the difference between an open and closed adoption?
What is a Voluntary Declaration of Paternity?
Do Birth Moms Get Paid?
Will my baby go to foster care?
Can I Choose the Family that Adopts My Baby?
Does the Baby's father need to be involved in the adoption?
Can I change my mind about the adoption after I sign papers?
Do you work with birth moms outside of California?
How will an attorney help a birth mother?