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Finding My Brother
I was adopted from Russia when I was 5 years old. A couple years later I learned that my half brother lived only a mile away from me. We had the same mom in Russia. He was sent to the orphanage when my mom learned she was pregnant with me. I just started thinking about having a relationship with... Russia: Flag
Description: the colors may have been based on those of the Dutch flag; despite many popular interpretations, there is no official meaning assigned to the colors of the Russian flag; this flag inspired other Slav countries to adopt horizontal tricolors of the same colors but in different... Opening a Russian Adoption
We chose to contact the mother of the Russian infant we adopted in 7-00. I used the name/address from court documents. I first tried getting my letter translated by a Russian friend in this country, then mailing it and some photos via US Registered mail to the address in Russia. She never received... Physician: Traveling to Adopt... with Kids
I am journeying overseas to adopt internationally. I will hopefully be taking my toddler and adolescent on this trip. What can I do to ensure a healthy and enjoyable trip for my family? International travel with the entire family unit has become a growing trend among potential adoptive...
"Russia" in the News
Russia Calls U.S. Aid to Ukraine Illegal Amid Standoff
Russia stood by deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and called possible U.S. aid to the new government in Kiev illegal, as the standoff with Western governments over Crimea intensified. Financial support sought by the U.S. for Ukraine's interim leadership would violate American law... Russia agrees to build at least two more nuclear plants: Iran
Russia has signed a preliminary agreement to build at least two more nuclear power plants in the Iranian port city of Bushehr, Iran's official IRNA news agency reported on Wednesday. The deal was reached during a visit to Tehran on Tuesday by a senior official of Russia's state atomic... Russia stares down UN pressure on Ukraine
Russia has refused to budge from its seemingly imminent annexation of Crimea, defying Western pressure at the UN Security Council, as Ukraine's ousted president prepared to make his first public appearance in more than a week Tuesday. As Kremlin-backed forces tightened their grip on Crimea,... Russia Stands Fast on Crimea as Ukraine Drills Military
Russia showed no signs of yielding in the Crimea standoff as Ukraine's prime minister prepared to meet U.S. President Barack Obama and western nations threatened further repercussions if Russia failed to defuse tensions. Ukraine is testing its military's combat readiness, the Defense...
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Can We Hear it for the Parents?
December 29, 2012, 10:43 pm
As much as I appreciate how hard my kids have been working lately, and how well they've been doing, I want to acknowledge how hard it is to parent RAD kids. It seems to take superhuman self-control, patience, understanding and empathy. I think all parents are called on from time to time to... So Nice to Help Someone Else
December 1, 2012, 8:18 pm
I had a phone call the other day from a woman who has adopted two girls from an orphanage in Russia. She already had four biological children when she and her husband adopted these eleven-year-old girls three years ago. The girls already didn't like each other in the orphanage and didn't want to... Russia Adoption Ban Brings to Mind Romania Program
March 22, 2013, 8:02 pm
A recent feature story from Time Magazine drew some comparisons between the Russian adoption ban and the closure of the Romanian adoption program several years ago. The piece featured stories of parents caught up in the closure of the Romania program. Many had already met their children; their...
"Russia" in the Adoption Forums
February 18, 2014, 11:39 am
Anyone know (or even heard rumors) if there any changes or updates to the Poland process... anyone?
Just wondering if more people have been adopting from Poland since Russia has closed and Ukraine's process is so riddled with obstacles.
I cannot even enquire this with my agency that I...
December 17, 2013, 8:04 am
Russia has been an option up until now, but I would not be hopeful for it being an option for you from now. I'm sad to say that, but it's unlikely to be a good option for you. It may close down completely to Europeans soon, although so far it's still open-[B]I have heard this is a possibility but...
Information in the UK
December 12, 2013, 4:01 pm
I am set on adopting from Russia as soon as I possibly can at the moment I am still to young to register for adoption as I am only 19. However I am a planner. I plan everything I know that as soon as I'm finished uni and renting one of my sisters houses I will be registering to adopt. However as I...
I think it's 5
December 16, 2013, 8:09 pm
Our son is adopted from Russia (2000). He is now a well adjusted, much loved and appreciated.... teen (14). Yes, he has the normal "attitudes." He was 17 months at adoption. We were told the following. From birth to 18 months, the child is in a "baby" home. They get the GMothers coming in and...
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When Infertility Meets Jewish Adoption
In the footsteps of Moses, Jewish tradition encourages having children, many children. The first commandment of the Torah (Bible) is to "Be fruitful and multiply." We consider every child... Finding My Brother
I was adopted from Russia when I was 5 years old. A couple years later I learned that my half brother lived only a mile away from me. We had the same mom in Russia. He was sent to the orphanage when... Sibling Adoption and One Adoption Failing after Finalization
It wasn't until a summer afternoon in August 2008, four years after the adoption, that I found the courage to begin to write the "un-writable," a chronicle of my family's fall into, and...
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