Single gay man starting out in adoption
I have been toying with the thought of adoption over the last year and have looked at the other options of having children (surrogacy) but have gone full circle and come back to adoption and decided that it is the right thing for me.
I have had my LA Guide to Adoption sent to me and have met with a social worker to explain the process in more detail and I will be attending my first information evening in August.
At this stage in the process, the very beginning can you over do the reading and researching? Is there a network out there for gay single dads?
I have only told two people about my decision to adopt - my mum and my employer. Should I restrict the number of people knowing about it to the above mentioned or shall I share it with other friends or family members?
Thank you for all your support in advance