Don’t give the baby up for adoption, on average, there are about 443,000 children in foster care. The truth of the matter is, not that many people are adopting, at least enough that children are finding homes easily. There is a chance your baby could be adopted, but the longer it takes, the older they’ll grow which means they’re less desirable. As well as if they have a home, that means they’re taking a home away from another child. Abortions, while a hard thing to do, are a force of good. They reduce the amount of children in the system, reduce hardships for children who could be built into a life of poverty, neglect, abuse, and general bad environments children would be forced to grow up in. Not to mention it reduces the rate of crime, as those born in the previously mentioned situations are a lot more likely to commit crimes. Ultimately it’s not up to me, but I’m advising reaching out to a doctor to discuss your adoptions, but I suggest going for it.