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Hoping to Adopt: How to Create the Ideal Adoption Profile and Dear Birthmother Letter (Guide to a Healthy Adoptive Family, Adoption Parenting, and Open Book 1)

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This book is part of a four book series that can be purchased together as a complete ebook set.
Are you feeling called to adoption? Guess what! You can adopt, but you may have to wait for a very long time if you don't have a good adoption profile.

It’s cliché to say it, but you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Clichés are cliché because they’re true. When a potential birth parent is browsing through profiles, being able to create an ideal first impression is essential for hopeful adoptive parents. You need to know how to select the perfect picture. You need to know what to say, and what not to say in your "dear birthmother letter."

An ideal profile can help catch the eye of potential birth parents by more effectively showing how their homes work, look, and feel. Because few (if any) adoption agencies use the “first come, first served” method anymore, some couples are chosen very quickly— but others, who might not have the right tools, wait for years.

If you’re hoping to adopt, there are things you can do to greatly increase the odds that you will be one of the couples whose wait is a short one.

Not all adoption agencies are the same. Different agencies will have different methods for creating your profile. Some use scrapbooks, others do everything online. Still, others will use a combination of various resources. Some agencies want one profile letter, some want two (one from each of the hopeful adoptive parents). Some ask for the letter to be written in first person, while others prefer third person, and some prefer a combination of the two. Confusing? Yes. Here’s the point: the basic principles will be the same, no matter the style.


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