Hello! My name is Andrew Greenblat and this is my adoption story!
I was born on March 4th 1996 in Maternity Home, 4, in Kaliningrad, Russia. My birth mothers name was Yuliya. My birth fathers name was Igor. My birth mother
I found out my heritage at age 40.
Before I took that DNA test, I dragged my husband and children to Scandinavian festivals every year faithfully, desperate to find a connection to myself that I could pass to my own babies.
By Julia Sasha
I would like to tell you the story of my adoption from Russia by an American family. My American Adopted name is Julia Sasha. My Russian name is Aleksandra Aleksandrovna Tanina (Александра Александровна Танина). I am just a
Hello! I love sharing my story. I will always keep sharing my story. My story is very long, but I'll try to keep it short. My story starts out in a small village in Southern Perm, Russia. My birthmother was
This story begins in 1990, in Leningrad, Russia. In 1995 I was adopted into the USA. As a child my dreams were filled with dreams of returning to Russia. I wanted to help the orphans; well because I was taught
My twin sister and I were adopted when were were almost a year old to New Hampshire, USA. We had eight other siblings, some put up for adoption and some kept by our birth mother. The only thing we really
My names Vesna Pilachevska. I'm 28yrs old I live in Sydney Australia. I was adopted from Veles, North Macedonia when I was only 2 days old. My adoption story is quite long and very different to everyone that has shared
My name is Daria Rottenberk, I am a Russian-American adoptee. I was born in St Petersburg, Russia in 1991. I had lived with my birth father until about the age 4, he was an alcoholic and wasn’t around often. I
one child by itself is already a big commitment and people often have described
adoption like a rollercoaster, that only a few so-called crazy people dare to
embark on. However, when one decides to embark on adoption multiple children to
consider three core
Yesterday it has been 23 years since I was adopted from Romania and I'm grateful to my family in particular, friends and everyone who has supported me along the way.
Here is where in my TEDx talk I share the difference