Without going into it too much, we've hit a roadblock with our adoption process (we're pursuing private, domestic infant adoption) and our frustration level with our agency is through the roof. (I may post about our situation in another thread, if I can work up the courage). The past month has been filled with a lot of tears and we're questioning whether we should even continue down this path, or choose something else.

We have an approved homestudy, and we are tossing around the idea of switching to foster care. What I am wondering is how realistic is it to think that we could become foster parents and adopt a baby? Can we just specify being placed with babies, or is that completely frowned upon in the foster care world? Is there even a need for people to foster infants? When we were initially exploring the idea of adoption, I called a foster care agency and they were only accepting families open to teenagers and sibling sets, so that turned me off. We really want a baby