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Can I adopt a child of a particular sex or age or more than one child?

Brooke Randolph
Marriage & Family Therapy
Yes, this is very possible, depending on country laws, state laws, agency policies, and your willingness to wait. The wait is often longer for younger children; however, this is also dependent on the country from which you choose to adopt. Be clear from the beginning when talking with agencies to determine if they have a good program that fits how you desire to grow your family. 

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