Can I see my baby after giving them up for adoption?

Yes! Here at Adoption Minnesota, a licensed adoption agency in Minnesota, we help women, and couples plan open adoptions. While adoption was once kept completely anonymous, open adoption has become the most common type of adoption.  90% of Adoption Minnesota’s placements of have some amount of openness.

Just because you’re “giving up” your baby for adoption doesn’t mean you’re “giving up” on them. You’re doing what you feel is best for your child. Through open adoption, you can find your child the perfect home but still maintain a relationship through various forms of open communication. 

The amount of openness in your adoption is completely up to you. Giving your baby up for adoption is an incredibly hard decision and many birth mother’s and couples find peace in knowing that they will have some contact with their child after placement. Adoption Minnesota helps you create an adoption plan that fits your needs. You can decide how often you want to have communication and what type. Since Adoption Minnesota is an agency in Minnesota, we can also refer you to an adoption attorney who can take your plan and make it into a legal document.

No matter what you decide for openness after you place your baby for adoption know that they will always know of your bravery, love, and strength. We are here at Adoption Minnesota to help you through this adoption process.

DISCLAIMER: Adoption Minnesota wants you to know that while we prefer positive adoption language such as “placing your baby for adoption” or “making an adoption plan”, we use “giving up my baby” and other terms in our blog and posts because many times women just starting their adoption journey use these terms. Adoption Minnesota has been told by our marketing company that the most common phrase searched on Google by women looking into the adoption process is “how do I give up my baby for adoption”.  We want our website to show up in Google search results, so we need to use these words. Adoption Minnesota feels that it is important to help expectant birth mothers create the adoption plan that best fits their wants and needs.