How hard is it to adopt a baby

Single father and adoptive dad, Dan Pearce shares his experience with the adoption process through his hilarious blog that is aimed at helping other parents going through similar adoption processes.
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How hard is it to adopt a baby

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My wife and I looked at several different adoption options. In the end, we decided to go with the same option that our friends were using, which was through and adoption agency that was local. The average wait, at the time, was about two years to getting a baby and getting a baby placed in your arms. We got approved and, literally, within three and a half weeks, we were walking in the door with our child. The whole process was just beautiful and so simple. So many people are worried about it taking so long, but the timing is going to be right now matter what goes on. When you get a baby, he or she is yours, and that baby was meant to be your child by time he or she is placed there.

Single father and adoptive dad, Dan Pearce shares his experience with the adoption process through his hilarious blog that is aimed at helping other parents going through similar adoption processes.

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Dan Pearce

Blogger & Single Dad

Dan Pearce is the divorced father of four year old Noah, who came to him through adoption. Dan is also the author of The Real Dad Rules and Single Dad Laughing: The Complete Second Year, and his blog, Single Dad Laughing. When he started Single Dad Laughing in the summer of 2010, his then-wife had left his life almost as quickly as she’d come into it, and he was feeling about as valuable as a dollar-store sweater (and unraveling just as quickly). He started the blog because writing has always had the power to heal him in his darkest of moments. His goal is to spread worthwhile ways of looking at things. Before becoming a writer, Dan worked in retail, in the corporate world, and as an animal artist.

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