Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Babies: Carrie Underwood Said She ‘Considered Adoption’ Following Multiple MiscarriagesCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Babies: Carrie Underwood Said She ‘Considered Adoption’ Following Multiple Miscarriages

By Diana Iscenko

In the latest celebrity news, Carrie Underwood shared that she and husband Mike Fisher “considered adoption’” before the birth of their second son. Underwood recently revealed that the celebrity couple had three miscarriages in two years. According to, on the latest episode of Mike and Carrie: God & Country, the singer said, “We needed to have a baby or not ever. Because I couldn’t keep going down that road anymore.” The pair considered adopting to bring celebrity baby #2 into the world, but they were then able to conceive their second son Jacob, whom they welcomed in January 2019.

In celebrity baby news, Carrie Underwood considered adoption after having multiple miscarriages. What are some ways to decide if adoption is right for you and your partner?

Cupid’s Advice:

When you and your partner are ready to start a family, consider adopting kids! Adoption comes with its own set of challenges, but it’s just as rewarding (if not more) as having your biological children. If you’re not sure if adoption is right for you and your partner, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. You are unable to have biological children: Many couples who are unable to conceive on their own turn to adoption. Whether you have fertility issues or have a same-sex partner, adoption is the perfect way to expand your family.

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2. You want to help the foster system: Many people feel that they should adopt children, not because they are physically unable to do so, but because they want to lighten the burden of the foster system. You and your partner have love to give and there are thousands of children who need a loving home.

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3. You have religious limitations: Some couples who are having trouble conceiving turn to adoption, instead of fertility treatments and in vitro fertilization, because of religious beliefs. Believing every life is sacred extends to the children you can adopt.

Would you be open to adoption? Start a conversation in the comments below!