The number of available babies for adoption has dropped over the last few decades, according to various research. This is mostly due to declining pregnancy rates due to various biological reasons and the use of contraceptives.
However, despite the small percentage of women placing their children, there are still ways to find babies for adoption.
Using a private agency to facilitate a relationship between a pregnant woman seeking placement is one method. Another is to adopt independently, searching for a pregnant ads or placing one's own adoption profile ad for potential birth mothers to answer - if you seek ads placed by pregnant women, then be sure to verify it is a legitimate transaction.
When looking for a baby to adopt, be realistic about what you want in a child.
Adopting a baby has some perks for first-time parents. Babies best replicate the feeling of having the child themselves, and many couples also prefer the ability to shape the child's growth and personality from as early an age as possible.
There is always a bit of chance thrown into the game of infant adoption, such as what the baby will be like when it's born and what kind of prenatal care the pregnant woman has engaged in. The same can go for other babies for adoption, but it's important to ask for as detailed medical information about the baby before adopting.