It appears that our 2nd IVF did not work. I am 100% ready to move onto adoption even though we still have 1 IVF left with insurance. We will probably still end up doing that IVF so DH can have some closure, but I know it will not work.
DH has agreed to going to an information/orientation meeting with a local adoption agency that I found and like the looks of (Common Sense Adoptions, anyone have experience with them?). They do domestic infant adoption, international adoption, and foster to adopt. We are leaning towards foster to adopt based solely on financial reasons, and the more I read about it the more I think we can handle it. We are also starting counseling next month to help cope with fertility treatments not working, and to talk about adoption with an un-biased 3rd party.
Does anyone have suggestions on questions we should be armed with when walking into the info. meeting next week? It is a 1-on-1 meeting so we will be able to ask as many questions as we like. Any other tips you want to pass along would be much appreciated, thanks! I am very excited to get a better look into this path to parenthood.