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Diverse Scenarios: Heart to Heart Adoptions’ Recent Cases”

  • A birth mother currently awaiting the birth of a set of twins.
  • Last month, there was an urgent need for a home for a two-year-old and a one-year-old.
  • A little girl, born addicted, spent a month in the NICU where her adoptive parents stayed with her.
  • Another little boy, also born addicted, has both his birth mother and adoptive mother by his side in the NICU.
  • A mother gave birth but desires no future connection with the baby, preferring a closed adoption .
  • A unique situation arises where the birth father, currently incarcerated, seeks an open adoption while the birth mother insists on a closed one.
  • A pregnant woman called and wants to place this baby with the same family she placed her last child with. Are they interested? Available? 



  • A persuasive birth grandmother encourages her daughter to prioritize adoptive families committed to preserving their biological heritage through the bestowal of a unique, uncommon, and potentially challenging-to-pronounce name for the child.
  • One birth mother, who celebrates Halloween extensively, chooses a family whose favorite holiday aligns with hers.
  • Another birth mother specifically requested a local adoption agency.
  • Several birth mothers in Utah apartments eagerly await local families to adopt their babies.
  • One birth mother seeks an open adoption but prefers a family without pets.
  • On the flip side, another birth mother specifically desires a family with pets to adopt her baby.

We need families who are willing to deal with these kinds of unique situations. We need parents who are prepared for whatever is needed.