(Closed) Adopting and weight lifting limit

posted 9 months ago in Adoption & Surrogacy
Post # 2
5322 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: July 2018

Seriously bee first of all the best person to actually advise you on anything medical is your doctor, not a random wedding forum, and I suggest you seek counseling while you are at it, the sheer number of scoliosis posts you make is insane. 

Post # 4
752 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: City, State

Hi Hun, I don’t have children so I can’t be much however I do have a long term medical condition which effects my life daily, so I just wanted to say. I get why you need to ask these kind of questions and I’m sorry not everyone is so understanding. 

To try any answer your question. In my limited experience with my nephews. Two year olds to require a fair amount of lifting. Not just for getting in a stroller, but also for comfort, and cuddles. A tired two year old won’t get themselves in a stroller or walk they need lifting. 

Talk to your doctor about having a child and how your condition will change over time, and how it will limit you in the future, or if there is any current or new research into it or making it better.(I’m sorry I know very little about scoliosis) Make sure you have a full insight in what to expect in the future for your own health first and foremost. 

Then talk to some fostering agencies, or people who foster to see what it’s like. I would definitely in your position foster first before considering adoption as it will be helping children who need it while also giving you hands on experience. 

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