I think it all depends on whether or not the adoptive parents can support more than one child in all necessary means. If they can, then it would be better for the child to have a 'sibling' to be able to talk to and hang out with, if you can adopt birth siblings then it's even better. I'm not quite sure how possible that would be, but it definitely would help the one child feel a little less alone (though it does take adjusting either way, unless adopted at a very young age).
There's the idea of them being lonely, but then there's also the idea that they may not get along. Imagine being grouped with other people for all of your life, always fighting for attention. And then you finally get adopted, and there's another kid there, and you still don't have a pair of parents to yourself.
I'd say at least wait between the two. Unless they're siblings.
I think that it would be a good idea to adopt all the siblings, rather than choosing just one. As long as you can provide for each of them and give them all love, I say yes, however; it's not like they will necessarily feel like they have no friends if not. It would be nice to have someone that they can relate to, though
i believe so. i think tha tkf yu do that you should try to adopt one of his or her friends that she or he had at the orphanage so that they could be happier. but if you already have a kid and you are adoopting one maybe you can just adopt one so that you r kid and your new adoptive kid can befriend eachother.
I think, that's better. A kid wouldn't feel happy if he or she is alone. Kids play a lot, and also they enjoy seeing other kids around them, so I think you should go for two kids.
I was an only child and I liked it just fine... Given that adoption takes adaptation on all fronts, it isnt exactly wise to throw in more than one kid at a time.
I think yes so the other one isnt bored and you wouldnt be annoyed bc they will keep each other occupied.
maybe especially if those kids were friends
either that, or rescue 2-3 homeless dogs
thats so not necessary.