Unwanted Pregnancy.. willing to adopt

yugiohyugioh Member PExer
I know its hard most of teenagers have early parenting, for those who tempt to make abortion, unwanted baby. Im willing to adopt, just pm me, ill help you. Its not a joke, i need a child to whom im taking care of with my spouse.:)
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  • bodolbodol Member PExer
    You do know, that there's a legal way to do adoptions, don't you?

    If you do know, then just don't mind my post.

    I'd just would like to share an episode from Mon Tulfo's tv show long time ago:
    A street cleaner finds a male child crying and all alone (nawala siguro). He brings it to the nearest police station. At the end of the day, nobody has come to claim the child. One policeman decides to bring the child home since the police precinct didn't seem appropriate for the child to stay in while waiting for anybody who would claim him. After several days and weeks and months, no claims for the body. Wala ring nag-report ng missing boy. So the boy grows up with the adopting family. The adopting policeman happens to have 3 children, all daughters. So he more or less treats the boy as his own - only son.

    One day, the real parent-mother seeking help from Mon Tulfo comes to claim the boy (after 10 years siguro). The scene that followed on TV was heartbreaking. Mon Tulfo realized he's in a no-win situation. Clearly, the boy was better off with the policeman family. The boy knew this also as he didn't wan't to go with his biological mother. Hinihila sya ng nanay nya pero ayaw nya sumama. Walang magawa yung policeman kasi yun yung batas - my karapatan daw bawiin nung tunay na nanay yung anak nya.

    The policeman crying, finally interludes and asks to boy to be with his biological mother with his parting words to the boy:

    "Anak kahit mahirap lang tayo, alam mo naman na nagsisikap tayo para mapabuti ang kalagayan nyo. Kung kailangan mo kami pumunta ka lang dito..."

    or something like that.

    It was determined that the biological mother sort-of abandoned the boy in the first place reasoning that she was too poor to support all her children during that time.

    So the boy left his adopted and loving policeman family and went to live with his biological mother and siblings under a bridge (without the need to imply that he would be leaving school for work to support his family).

    For all the firm bravado that Mon Tulfo usually shows, I think this episode showed him in a situation he didn't want to be in.

    The biological mother was on the side of the law. But at that time, the law did not seem to be on the side of the boy.
  • sweetwahmsweetwahm Just Another PExer PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    What a sad story. Kawawa naman yung boy. And the policeman family too. Pero yes, the law is on the side of the mother so she has the right to take her son back. Thinking out loud, is there a way the policeman could have adopted the boy after so many years na di pa sya na claim? I'm not really familiar with adoption procedures.
  • jncortezjncortez Member PExer
    If you have a baby you want to give up for adoption, do it legally. If not, your baby might be sold to illegal black market or child slavery.
  • prity_joieprity_joie Hate it when it rains! PExer
    Kawawa both yung boy and the policeman.. nakaakdurog naman ng puso ang story na yan..

    Ang alam ko naman sa mga nawawalang bata, kapag 3 days na walang nag-claim or if in case ikaw yung nawalan, di mo agad naireport, considered as abandoned na yung bata.. siguro yun yung argument na pwedeng gamitin nun police if he really wants to win back that boy. yun nga lang, mahabang process at magastos :(
  • yellowsuziyellowsuzi Member PExer
    I have an adopted son. He's 5 mos old na, adopted him the day he was born. It's not really legal (hindi kami nagdaan sa legal process) though ako ang nakalagay na ina sa birth certificate.

    His biological mom is a basurera. Malnourished ang bata nung ipinanganak (pero ngayon sobrang fat na, 8.6 kilos). Sobrang poor talaga ng ina (na may dalawa pang anak) kaya benenta ang baby niya.

    Alam kong isang araw, baka balikan ako ng ina at kunin ang bata. Hindi ko ma-imagine. Pero ayokong matakot or pagsisihan na inadopt ko siya kasi hindi naman nakakapagsisi. sana lang, isipin niya rin ang kinabukasan ng bata.
  • DaNa8DaNa8 certified mommy PExer
    ^^^
    Can't you adopt him legally so you wouldn't have anything to worry about in the future?
  • DacsDacs Bummed bу Αdmin PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    I think DSWD can intervene with the policeman's case, citing the lack of capacity (of the biological mother) to support the child, especially with the history of abandoning the boy in the first place.
  • baklitabaklita taas kilay PExer
    yellowsuzi wrote: »
    I have an adopted son. He's 5 mos old na, adopted him the day he was born. It's not really legal (hindi kami nagdaan sa legal process) though ako ang nakalagay na ina sa birth certificate.

    His biological mom is a basurera.

    Alam kong isang araw, baka balikan ako ng ina at kunin ang bata...

    yellowsuzi... habang maaga pa ay gawin mong legal sa pagkupkop ng sanggol kasi hindi natin alam kung anong problema ang madadatnan mo sa kinabukasan. lalo na pag ang bonding mo sa bata ay hindi mapantayan ng kahit ano. sa iyong sitwasyon may karapatan pa rin bawiin ng biological mother ang bata. at wala kang panalo sa batas katulad ng kwento sa itaas.

    upang maiwasan ang makabag damdaming eksena kung balang araw ay papapel ang tunay na nanay... kumonsulta ka na sa abogado para maisaayos ang adoption papers at maging iyo ang batang napapalapit sa iyong puso at tinuturing mong tunay na anak.

    kung gusto mo... ako rin ampunin mo, noh!

    aihihihi!!! :)

    baklita
  • DELISYUSDELISYUS Only 15% Lesbian PExer
    honga... I know the law favors biological parents somewhat, pero am sure din na there are provisions made where even that can be contested... though syempre, kung pulis lang yung umampon, he might not have enough money din to go thru all the legal proceedings that would ensue...

    and yun nga, what is DSWD for if they'd favor parents who can't support a child and not intervene for that child?



    yellowsuzi.... not to condone your actions din ha (yung part na hindi dumaan sa legal process, but really, i have nothing but good thoughts for adoptive parents) pero i'd pray na hindi na nga bawiin yung bata... hanapin sya, Ok lang... kilalanin sya, ok lang din, pero wag na nga yung bawiin :)
  • yhenyhen Member PExer
    hi'.. i always wanted to have a baby but unfortunately wala pong ibinibigay pa si Lord and im worried that i might not going to have 1! so am planning to adopt a baby boy or girl na months old palang! if meron pong willing, just pm! thank u so much..
  • DELISYUSDELISYUS Only 15% Lesbian PExer
    siguro po you can try adoption agencies... and shelter homes that also place babies with prospective parents
  • kramyoj30kramyoj30 Member PExer
    mas easy kung aadopt ka ng baby tapos sa birth certificate niya and hospital records. kayo na ng asawa mo ang parents ng baby... legal naman 'yan and wala ng habol ung biological mother. magastos ang procedure ng legal adoption eh.
  • tamsietamsie backread! backread! PExer
    Get in touch po with the DSWD or shelters directly. Be ready kase you and your spouse will be assessed by the social workers on your emotional readiness and financial capacity to raise a child. Be prepared to wait din because the adoption process really takes time. Pero at least legal lahat, walang bawian na mangyayari in the future.
  • doumyugidoumyugi Member PExer
    Kung ganyan pala ang batas sa Pilipinas mas maigi na gawing legal pra walang habol ang biological parents sakaling magbago ang isip.

    Dun naman sa story nung kay Tulfo dapat ang batas favor sa welfare ng bata kung d naman afford ng nanay na supportahan anak nya baket nya pa kukunin ang anak nyang itinapon lng na parang aso nung sanggol pa eto.
  • kittykittylalakittykittylala Member PExer
    Ang mahirap dito sa DSWD or mga abandoned child shelters, ung mga gusto mag adopt cant even get the chance na pumili ng i adopt nila. Usually ang mga naiiwan sa mga shelters may kapansanan if not, nasa pang 100 ka sa list and years ang hihintayin mo. Because yung mga moms na nagiiwan dun may grace period pang binibigay to claim their child. Kahit foreigners nag aadopt sa atin.
  • doumyugidoumyugi Member PExer
    ^^
    ano b yan kaya pala mas marami ang Chinese babies na na aadopt ng foreign nationalities kesa sa Pinoy. Dapat ibahin ang patakaran ng DSWD they should be after to the welfare of all the children in their custody.
  • si_akosi_ako Member PExer
    wahh naiyak naman ako sa post ni bodoy. so sad naman yung nangyari sa bata at sa policeman and his family. sana meron din exception ang law, that the mother cannot get her child back unless she has the capacity to support the child.
  • chiqbonezchiqbonez Mom of 2.. And Luvin' It! PExer
    dapat gnawa nung policeman, months after na wlang nagclaim sa bata, nagfile na sya sa city hall nila for adoption since foundling naman yun and wlang nagclaim..

  • Im a single mom. 25. Im 5mos pregnant and planning for abortiom but if someone wants to adopt willing and able po you can help me po.

    Contact me here 09668655318
  • Im 18 years old , 5 months pregnant, ako lang inaasahan ng mga magulang ko nag tatrabaho po ako. Ayoko po gumawa ng masama sa baby kaya naisip ko na baka may gusto umampon sa kanya . Yung willing po tumulong sa panganganak at pag recover ko. Hindi po sa masama ako kse ipapamigay ko yung anak ko. Ako lang inaasahan samen at mas ayoko po na gumawa ng masama sa baby. So please yung willing at kaya ibigay or mabigyan ng mgandang buhay ang baby willing po ako mkipag communicate sa inyo. Pm nyo lang po ako. Mas maganda po sana na taga malayo para after giving birth or recovery wala ng communication para di po kayo mabahala 

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