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The most magical thing in the world for some and for others it is a broken key to the past Either way adoption is a good way to help unwanted kids feel needed Adoption is a good way to change a childs life forever Even if a childs circumstances appear to be bad the outcome of adoption can change one persons life or maybe a whole family I want to be honest and say that I am adopted and I know I am way better off with my family now I was adopted as a newborn and the circumstances were plain and simple I was a mistake and not wanted I would have been aborted if my mom did not step up and offer to adopt me Today I understand and appreciate my mom who has given me everything I could ever need and more Without my mom adopting me I would have never gotten to leave the womb and see this beautiful world I recently found online where the government might be closing down adoption agencies and eliminating the option of adoption Reading just those few words almost brought me to tears So many people teens in particular choose adoption as an alternative to an abortion when they get pregnant out of wedlock and do not want or cannot afford the baby Adoption leaves these less fortunate teens with an alternative and without this alternative innocent babies will never get to see this beautiful world out of the womb If adoption is really taken away so many innocent lives will be taken and so many dreams will be left unfulfilledIf the option of adoption is taken away there will be many more abortions and many more women left without an option to raise a child of their own A lot of women today rely on adoption to have a baby Most of the time when women cannot have children they turn to adoption and
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