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Adopting is very important to both the child and the parent to be.  For the child, it gives him or her sense of belonging. In this case, a home and a direct care-taker who takes full responsibilities of their needs. It feels good to have someone who cares about your well-being. This also gives the child a sense of security.

The ‘parent’ also enjoys the fact of being trusted by the child. This results in a growth of self-esteem and pride too in the society. In New Mexico, it is legal to adopt a child. The law requires that one should have attained a minimum age of 21. At this age, the person who wants to adopt must prove to the authority that he or she can meet the needs of the child without much struggle.

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In most instances, adoption occurs in foster homes, through agencies. However, there are many places where kids can be adopted from. There are many older children who need families, however, many adoptive families prefer adopting babies than older children. When parents opt for adoption, there is always a reason as to why. Some adopt because they are unable to deliver their own children because of bareness or some are unable to carry their pregnancy until delivery time.


Why adoptive parents prefer babies than older kids.

  • They want to undergo the “full” experience of taking care of the child, they want a closer bond.
  • Feeling to help babies than kids.
  • They want to teach them desired characters from a tender age.

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