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Find Parent Profiles online has tons of adoptive familiesWhen it comes to selecting a family for your baby or child, you will ultimately have the last say as the birth mother. The hopes, concerns, and aspirations that you have for your child are always important and heard. As you consider adoptive parents for your baby or child, you may be seeking an adoptive family of a specific race. At Find Parent Profiles, you can view tons waiting families of all races. has adoptive families of all races, backgrounds, and ages who are ready and available to adopt your baby now. Maybe you’re considering making an adoption plan for your toddler, older child, or children. Find Parent Profiles is here to help you find out about the many options available to you in open adoption.

When a couple is looking to adopt a child, they make a commitment to give that child a healthy and enjoyable upbringing. Their promise to care for the child goes beyond the daily necessities such as food, clothing, and shelter. They are dedicated to helping that child to become a positive and successful member of society. An adoptive couple is looking to open their hearts, home, and lives to an unborn child, such as yours, has an abundance of wonderful things to offer that child. In general, they are often well-educated, successful in their careers, open-minded, and very strong people.

As you select an adoptive family to care for and raise your child, you are also making a statement that you want your child to be emotionally prepared to compete in this world, which will contribute to his or her long-term success. The majority of adoptive couples are open to staying in touch with you after the adoption, through letters, emails, photos, and visits.

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Is there such a thing as a smart phone app for birth control?Q: I use a period tracker app on my smart phone. I only had sex twice this last cycle and both times were on days that it said I wasn’t fertile. I’m now pregnant and I don’t understand how this app could have been wrong. Please help.

A: Period predictor and tracker apps are free, easy, and a must-have for many smart phone equipped women. They help track symptoms, period duration, anticipated start dates, and much more!

What they cannot effectively predict is fertility, especially if you are using it for birth control. Apps cannot predict how long sperm will live, how long it takes your egg to travel down the fallopian tube, accurate ovulation, or even a fertile period that is anything more than a calculated guess.

Our bodies are each very unique. Certainly the timing of a women’s cycle is somewhat predictable, but relying on an app (or what amounts to a computer program) to determine what’s going on in our bodies without any biological input is a mathematical guess at best. It simply cannot accurate predict what is going on with the limited information (usually dates) that you input.

Consider this; you are standing at a very busy intersection with heavy traffic. You need to cross the street and you have two choices: First, you push the button on the pedestrian console and watch (and wait) for the light to change, indicating it is safe to cross. Or, you have just downloaded this fabulous app that is smart enough to let you know when it is safe to cross the street based. You are on the curb, what do you do? Look at the light, street, and traffic or look at your phone? Which do you trust more to keep you safe from a car that is running a red light – your own senses or your phone?

It’s the same when attempting to use a period tracking app for birth control. Are you really going to trust your phone to keep you from getting pregnant?

I’m sorry that you have had to learn the hard way that there is no app that functions as birth control. Anytime you have sexual intercourse you risk getting pregnant, no matter what your smart phone tells you.