Best Baby Registry Items:
1. The most important thing is to have a good idea of what you want your child to look like when they grow up.
A good baby registry will include pictures, names, birth dates and other relevant details. You may wish to consider registering multiple children with different parents so that if one becomes sick or dies, the others are taken care of until another parent comes along.
2. There are many ways to register babies.
Some registries allow you to choose from a pre-selected list of names; some require you to select your own name and then add it to the list; and some offer no naming options at all. Most registries do not charge for their services, but there are costs associated with them depending on how much information you provide.
3. If you don’t have time to research baby registry sites, you might consider contacting a local hospital or adoption agency to see if any newborn babies are available for adoption.
These agencies often post listings of infants on their websites, which can be searched using various search engines such as Google. They usually charge a fee for this service, but it’s free to use the hospitals’ website instead.
4. You can also look for babies that people have abandoned in public places, such as department stores, libraries, and hospitals.
The key to successfully finding these babies is looking in the right place at the right time. If you live in a big city, there’s a good chance that you’ll be able to find a child just sitting on the side of the road or in a dumpster.
Other people may have found the baby first, so you may need to be aggressive in taking the child (or children).
5. If you encounter a woman in public who is in labor or has just given birth and has no means of caring for a child, you are legally allowed to take the child and add it to your baby registry.
Check the mother for bruises, cuts, or other signs of physical abuse. If you suspect abuse, do not take this child.
If you decide to take the child, fill out the birth registration information and take a picture of the baby. You should then get in touch with social services and tell them that you have a new baby whom needs a home.
They will then provide a list of families wishing to adopt a child.
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How Putative Father Registries Foster the Best Interest of the Child Standard by AM Clark – Appalachian JL, 2002 – HeinOnline
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