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Russian Adoption
Children in Russia for adoption range in age from six months to six years and up. Almost all the children in Russia up for adoption are behind in growth and development due to being institutionalized. Once these children are in a family environment they bounce back. There are a variety of ethnicities such as Asian, Gypsy, Mediterranean, and Caucasian. Children of both sexes are available, but there are more boys than girls. Russian children will remain on the adoption list for six months before being considered for international adoption. This way they have a chance to be adopted by a Russian family. Many of the children in Russian orphanages come from teenage pregnancies, although a few are truly orphans. A handful of them are there because the families couldn't afford to care for them.

Adopting Siblings
It is very sad in a situation where there are siblings available for adoption and one of the children gets a permanent home and the rest are left behind. This happens quite often. Separating siblings, brothers and sisters, can have an awful affect on an adoptive child’s life. Especially if the adoption involves an older child who completely understands what is happening. Certainly the adopted child would have mixed emotions. They would have to happy realizing they were going to a permanent home where they’ll be loved and cared for. But, this adoptive child is leaving behind sisters and brother who to them are family.

Tran Racial Adoption
Tran racial adoption is where a colored child is placed with white parents. Hoping that the color difference would not match up to the love and belonging the child would feel with its new family. There are fewer young white children available for adoption, leaving adoptive parents feeling the need to reach out and help any child in need, regardless of race. There are different opinions on Tran racial adoption, one is that a child should be put in a home with at least one parent of the same race. Others believe that race should not be considered at all.


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