Becoming a Mother is very rewarding and so is providing for a little boy or girl. Below are a few resources that will help you find free to low cost daily essentials in your area such as: formula or breast feeding aids, diapers, clothes, car seats, food, or anything else you would need to care for a little one. The best place to go for these essentials is aPregnancy Help Center.A Pregnancy Help Center also provides educational as well as practical resources related to pregnancy, child birth, and parenting. Many Pregnancy Help Centers also provide ultrasounds so you can see your baby and hear his or herheart beating. Please use the following links to help you in your search for a Pregnancy Help Center in your area:
If you do not think you are able to care for your baby once he or she is born, there are many resources that will help you find them a safe and nurturing home. ALL of the pregnancy help center links found above (in Option 1) can also provide a wealth of information regarding adoption. Adoption is a selfless act on your part because it gives your baby an opportunity to have life. You are also giving a loving family an opportunity to raise a child of their own. In some cases, you may be able to stay in contact with your baby if you desire to.
Ending a human life should NEVER be an option. If you are in a position that you feel you need to make a decision to end this life, STOP and give these people a call. They are available right now and many have been in your shoes and know what you are feeling. Grab your phone and call or text the number below. Just tell them your current situation and ask any questions you may have.
Safe surrender means giving up a baby in a safe way when you’re not able to care for him or her. Safe surrender laws help babies to be safely given up. The laws vary from state to state. They are also known as safe haven laws. The goal is to make sure a baby is safe, and not hurt or abandonedin a dangerous way. These laws help make sure this can happen. The laws ensure that parents are not charged with a crime (like child abandonment), if they follow the safe surrender rules in their state. All 50 states and Puerto Rico have safe surrender laws.
If you have just taken your first dose of the abortion pill, but regret your decision, there still may be time to save the baby’s life. Visit the link below. There are people ready and willing to help you 24/7.