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Birth Mother D

Due Date: 01/19/2022

Gender of Baby



Ethnicity of Baby

Birth Mother is African American

Birth Father is African American and Mexican


This birth mother resides in the City of Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada. In Nevada, relinquishment documents can be signed 72 hours after child’s birth.

Birth mother

Birth mother is 23 year old African American female with straight shoulder length black hair and brown eyes. She stands approximately 5’5” tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds (pre-pregnancy). She describes her skin complexion as light. Birth mother did not report any outstanding features.


Birth mother is currently residing with her 1 yr. old son and her mother in Las Vegas, NV. She’s a stay-home-mother, but occasionally she works for a temporary agency. Birth mother describes her personality as outgoing, loving, and caring. She feels that adoption is in her child’s best interest. She’s not financially stable to care for a second child. As a single parent, she feels that it would be very stressful and difficult to raise two young children under the age of two.


Birth mother has never been married. She identifies herself as a non-religious person.  She respects everyone’s beliefs and supports every religion. Her mother and sisters are aware of her pregnancy and are not opposed to her adoption plan.


Birth mother will need financial assistance for rent, food and utilities.


Birth father

Birth mother has disclosed one potential birth father.  His ethnicity is African American and Mexican. Birth father is in his early twenties. He has brown eyes and short black hair. He stands approximately 5’07” tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds with an olive skin complexion. Birth father was described as friendly and caring. He does not have any outstanding features. The birth father has signed his relinquishment paperwork.

Reasons for Choosing Adoption

Birth mother stated that she feels 100% sure about her adoption plan. She is not financially and emotionally prepared to care for a second child.

Health of Baby/Medical Information


Prenatal Care

Birth mother started receiving prenatal care as of October 6, 2021. She has Nevada Medicaid.


Mental Health

Birth mother denied any mental health illness or treatment.


Substance Abuse

Birth mother reported using marijuana at the beginning of pregnancy. She smoked a joint everyday twice a day. She also had a couple of mixed alcoholic beverages.

She denied using any other harmful controlled substances. As soon as birth mother became aware of her pregnancy, she stopped smoking marijuana and drinking.

Medical History


Family Medical History for Birth Mother

​Speech problems


Birth mother Medicaid Coverage.


Openness Desired

  • Open Adoption

  • Birth mother wants to select the family

  • Domestic adoption.

  • Pictures/& updates until the age of 18

Birth Parent Preferences for Adoptive Family

  • Birth mother is open to married couples (M/F) with or without children

  • Open to any ethnic background.

  • Open to any religion  

  • A loving caring, and responsible family with strong moral values.



Living/medical expenses will be provided. The estimated amount is $13,090.00

The following expenses will be associated with this case (paid to the agency):

  1. Matching/file activation fee (due upon acceptance of match)

  2. $13,090.00 estimated birthparent living/medical expenses (due upon acceptance of match).

  3. Final agency fee. Based on sliding scale. (Due 4 weeks before due date).


Attorney fees are paid directly to the attorney.


Legal Risks

Because the birth mother is not legally married, a termination of parental rights will be necessary on “John Doe”. In the state of Nevada this process can take 3 to 4 months (after placement) and attorney fees are approximately $2,000-$3,000 (estimate). Termination may also be conducted in your home state. This option will need to be reviewed with your adoption attorney.



The adoptive family has the choice to finalize in the state of Nevada. An attorney will be needed for this process. The adoptive family will not need to travel to Nevada for the adoption finalization as the attorney and agency will be attending court on their behalf. Finalization in Nevada cannot take place until the child has been in the home for six months.


The adoptive family also has the option to finalize in their home state. They will need to speak to their adoption attorney in their state to make sure Nevada legal documents will be accepted.

Click to read birth mother's social medical history

Click to read birth father's social medical history

This situation will close at 4:00 PM on Tuesday, October 19th. 


If you are interested in this situation, please send an email to before then. Be sure to use the phrase "I'm interested in Birth Mother D" as the subject line. Include your name in the body of the email. ​


We will have the information call with the caseworker on Wednesday, October 20th at 1:30 PM Pacific. Details on the call will be sent out Monday, after the situation closes, to families who have expressed interest. 

PLEASE NOTE: By submitting your name for this adoption situation, you are affirming that you are ready to move forward with a match, should the birth mother select your family. You have your fees ready and have consulted your attorney, doctor, and home study agency, if necessary. You will have a chance to withdraw your name after the information call/webinar with the social worker if you choose to do so at that time. Thank you. 

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