a successful adoption: John Lahutsky

We’ve heard a lot in the media about the woman who, feeling threatened by her Russian adoptee, a young boy, put him on a plane alone for a one way trip back to Russia. And this sort of story leads the Russians to want to stop adoptions by Americans of their country’s orphans.

Back in February the story of Pasha Kurov’s successful adoption w

as posted on this weblog: 2010/02/24/the-story-of-an-adoption/ https://armsopenwide.wordpress.com/

Here’s the story of another successful adoption of a Russian by an American, chronicled in the book, Boy from Baby House 10: A Child’s Journey from Heartbreak to Happiness, by Alan Philips and John Lahutsky, who is the boy, now a young man.  John has cerebral palsy.

But instead of growing up with no education and a bleak future as a Russian orphan, John has a pretty full life now.

Explore the entire website for yourself: http://www.johnlahutsky.com/index.php

I’m going to buy the book.

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