You have a wonderful opportunity to make a decision that will affect you and your baby in a very positive way. If you decide to place your child for adoption, you are taking a positive step. Adoption is a loving, selfless way for you to provide for the protection, training, and loving care of your child when your own circumstances may not make that possible.

As you begin to use this website to look at potential adopting parent profiles, remember that these couples have all been screened and have taken parenting classes to help prepare them for the responsibility of parenting. You may want to make a list of qualities that are important to you when considering an adopting family. For example, religious beliefs, whether or not the adopting mother will work outside of the home, or if there are already other children in the family.

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Not all Nightlight approved waiting families are shown on this page. To see the profiles of more families waiting to adopt, please contact Nightlight.

If you have any questions, or would like further information on any of these families, please do not hesitate to use our contact form or text or call us at (864) 275-1682 or call (888) 933-2237 (toll-free).


Dear Birth Mom,          Hello...We are Ryan and Bonita, from central Alabama.  Obviously we do not know you, yet we have thought about you many times since we have been praying for an adoption. We want you to know that we … Read More

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Thank you so much for giving us this opportunity to introduce ourselves and tell you about our family. We are Jenna and Josh. We understand that you are making a difficult decision, and we are grateful that you love your … Read More

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Dear Birth Parents, You have no idea how much it means to us that you have taken the time to consider our story as well as what we can offer as parents to your child. We understand that as a … Read More

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Dear Birthparents,     We do not pretend to understand the emotions and thoughts that must be flooding your mind.  We are extremely thankful that you are choosing life!  You are courageous and an incredibly strong person for preparing an adoption plan.  … Read More

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Dear Birth Parent(s),      Thank you for taking the time to look at our profile. We know that it takes a lot of love and courage to make an important decision about your child's future. Please know that we pray … Read More

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Thank you so much for taking the time to learn about us and consider us in your decision. We hope that you are able to get a glimpse of who we are, our heart for adoption and the type of parents … Read More

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Dear Expectant Mother, "Brave" has been somewhat of a personal mantra through this season of my life. It is fitting that this letter has fallen into your hands because you, too, are so brave. My husband Ryan and I met … Read More

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Dear Expectant Parent(s), We would like to thank you for considering adoption and taking the time to read about our story and our desire to provide a life full of love and adventure for a precious child. We understand that … Read More

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Dear Expectant Parent(s), We as a family are truly blessed to be writing you this letter. You and I have very different circumstances but our circumstances are very much the same. You have an unplanned pregnancy, yet you love the … Read More

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Dear Birthmother, I often hear my mother say, “We are so fortunate to have been blessed with a daughter through adoption.”  Just like us, my parents struggled to conceive a child naturally and I was adopted as an infant.  They … Read More

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