Saturday, April 16, 2011

Sweet little girls waiting in Russia


Date of Birth: June 21, 2005

The mother's rights were terminated by court. There is no father. Diagnosis: HIV+, dermatitis, umbilical hernia, dysarthria (she attends speech therapy). The children at this orphanage receive excellent medical therapy and have had their innoculations. Maggie is a normal, sociable, playful and happy child who tends to be a leader among the other kids. Additional photos are available.

to see more on Maggie Please visit here

Next is the beautiful Ali


Date of Birth: August 10, 2005

Ali's mother passed away. Her sister is under the guardianship of their grandmother who has no intention of taking Ali as well. There is no father. Diagnosis: HIV+, functional heart murmur, astigmatism, squint, successfully repaired cleft lip. The children at this orphanage are said to be developmentally delayed due to being in an institutional setting. They receive excellent medical therapy and have had their innoculations. Ali is one of the most favorite children in the orphanage. She is a very well natured little girl and is described as being very tender, very kind, very musical with good intellect. She has the largest and most beautiful eyes. When you first see her you do not even notice her repaired lip because her eyes attract and keep your attention. To learn more about Ali please visit here

Next is the beautiful Anna B.

Girl – SJ2K-20

Date of Birth: November 2007

HIV+. Photo from late 2010. She is a very good, nice girl. She has a clever and beautiful future. This is an amazing girl! When she first got to the orphanage, they were worried because she was born very preterm. However, she has done extremely well. She communicates with the children by age, and not only communicates, but earned her space in the group. She is interested in toys, she cheers and shows positive emotions. She looks lively. Her progress is extraordinary! She previously had a poor appetitite, but now her appetite is excellent – she often has a second serving. She eats well and has become very active. She expresses her emotions with smiles and laughter. She likes when people pay attention to her. She feeds herself and drinks from a glass. She speaks in words and syllables. Anna is living in an orphanage with children who have Down Syndrome and other intellectual disabilities. A committed family is urgently needed for her to be able to reach her full potential. More photos available. Parents up to 48 years age difference from her date of birth and up to 6 children in the family. Larger families will need pre-approval and can expect a very thorough court appt. Single mothers welcome. To learnmore about Anna pleas visit here

Next is the Beautiful Kaylee

Girl 114BT-3

Date of Birth: May 2006


Visit Kaylee here

Next is the Beautiful Anastasia

Date of Birth: September 2005

Gender: Female

Anastasia is similar to the rosy-cheeked cherub in old Christmas cards. She is an affectionate, gentle and sociable child. She smiles a lot, not touchy, easily comes into contact. She is well developed, and she likes to play alone. She is a girl with character, strong-willed and likes a lot of attention. This little girl needs to know the love of parents to learn to trust people and be able to express her feelings and emotions, to share them with other children. HIV+

Additional photos and video available.

To learn more about Anastaisa please visit here

Next is the Beautiful Alina B.

Date of Birth: August 2004

No siblings

Blue Eyes. Light Brown Hair. HIV.

Alina is a real leader and a cheerleader. She can be serious and thoughtful and may also light up with joy. She has endless childlike curiosity and she is very charming. Alina is active, brave, stubborn and she likes to play complex plot games with the boys. She prefers to play with cars and other boyish toys more than dolls. Alina talks a lot, likes to tell stories and she is a very happy girl.

Additional photos available.


To learn more about Alina please visit here

To also see more children like these little girls who are HIV+ waiting please visit here and for older children who are HIV+ and waiting visit here


  1. Hi! I'm so glad I found your blog on "Redeeming Love". I am 17 years old. God has given me a heart for orphans, too.

    I am a huge fan of Reese's Rainbow! I have fallen in love with children on that site. Thank you for advocating for these kids. It's amazing to see that some of them are finding their forever families!

    (I would like to advocate...yet I wonder...would anyone actually read what I wrote? And do anything about it?)

    I am now following you via Google Friend Connect.


  2. Thank you Alyssa and if you do decide to start an advocacy blog I will do a feature post on here and add it to the yahoo group and the china adopt talk group so many parents find there children because people advocate and not all advocates advocate for the same children or the same countries which leads to more little ones finding homes so I say go for it and start your own blog!!!