Hi everyone. I am in my early 30s with a 13mo DD and another baby on the way. Since I had baby #1 I thought I would eventually like to adopt 1-2 children, esp from Korea. I'm Korean-American and my husband is white, and while multicultural marriages are becoming more accepted, biracial children still face discrimination in such a homogenous society. Children born out of wedlock are also looked down upon.
About 6mo ago I met a single mom who had adopted a little girl from China. She said while my intentions are good, there are not enough children to go around to everyone who wants to and is qualified to adopt. I had never heard such a thing, but is this true? I think everyone (qualified - stable income, in good health, at the very least) who wants to become a parent should have the chance, and I'd hate to think I deprived someone of the chance.