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Older Child Adoption: Becoming a Family (Russia)
The Decision The process went quickly. Called my local agency in May, left for Russia in November. Of course it had taken me six years to move from "I like kids…" to, "Me a mother. . . ?" to "Yes, I can do it!" I started with China. The abandoned baby girls. ....
Marshall Islands: About the Country
Introduction :: Marshall Islands Background: After almost four decades under US administration as... What to Expect When You Adopt An Older Child
While all older adopted children are different, there are a few things you might anticipate if you're adopting an older child. The following summary examples are meant to be reference points rather than specifics of how all children act. First week During the first week in your home your child... Russia Photo Gallery
Kremlin The beautiful and ancient ensemble of the Moscow's Kremlin stands high on the hill towering over the left bank of Moskva-River. The Kremlin has always been perceived as a symbol of power and mighty of the Russian state, the national idea expressed in stone. Each era in the history of...
"Russia" in the News
How Russia views nuclear disarmament - and why it may resist
President Barack Obama is urging Russia to move decisively beyond the cold war paradigm by negotiating a new round of arms reductions that would slash the numbers of nuclear weapons deployed by the US and Russia by one-third. It's a bold proposal that builds on a lot of historical success in the... U.S. cites Russia, China among worst in human trafficking: report
By Susan Heavey WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An annual U.S. State Department report on Wednesday cited Russia and China among the world's worst offenders in fighting forced labor and sex trafficking, which could lead to U.S. sanctions, prompting angry rebuttals from Moscow and Beijing. The report said... Russia signals nuclear arms cuts will not come easy
By Alexei Anishchuk ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - Russia voiced concern on Wednesday about U.S. missile defenses and high-precision conventional weapons, signaling that nuclear arms cuts proposed by President Barack Obama are likely to face formidable obstacles. In a speech in Berlin, Obama... Russia could stand in way of Obama's nuke cuts
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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... 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... 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
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May 14, 2013, 1:16 pm
I have recently joined this forum and I just wanted to make a quick post.
About me: I am an adoptee from Smolensk, Russia. Recently I have preformed a search through a team and within 2 weeks was reconnected with my entire Russia family. The feeling is crazy... Turns out I...
Need advice about telling my Russian adopted daughter she has a new half sibling
June 4, 2013, 7:31 am
I hope you don't mind me hopping over from the now very quiet Russia forum to ask advice from those of you who have the ultimate experience as adoptees.
My 8 year old daughter came home with us from Russia when she was 11 months old. Of course we have always been very open with...
May 16, 2013, 10:24 am
I confess that I, too, just bought something after I swore I wouldn't. (I still have a 1/2 full toddler room after Russia shut us down). I found a brand new ErgoBaby carrier for 50% off and couldn't pass it up. Dang it!
May 25, 2013, 9:31 pm
I just wanted to update anyone with the current situation in Russia regarding adoptions from the US.
As you may know, on December 28, 2012, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law barring American families from adopting Russian children. On January 22, 2013, the Russian government...
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Our Wonderful Russian Adoption Experience
Hi, my name is Jenni. My husband, Chuck and I have been married almost 10 years. Before we were married, we talked about having children and how awesome it would be to have a huge family. Chuck said... Gifting - The Power of American Hearts
Eight months, 15 days, then finally the call. "We have a boy, 8 months, weighing 10 pounds from Yekaterinburg. He can leave in 3 days." Three days to travel halfway around the world to... Rough Road of Adopting as a Single Woman
I started to try to adopt in 2003. I was told that Russia was open to singles adopting. So I went through the process. 2 years later I was matched with a beautiful girl who had a cleft palate. I went...
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I just wanted to update anyone with the current situation in Russia regarding adoptions from the US. As you may know, on December 28, 2012, Russian
Russia - Adoption Encyclopedia
Click to learn more about Russia ... If there is one country that typifies the changing attitudes toward international adoptions, it is Russia, or the Russian Federation (former Soviet Union).
In April of 2010, the adoptive mother of a 7-year-old Russian boy put him on an airplane back to Russia, alone, with a note explaining that she couldn
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