Monday, July 30, 2007

Connecticut Adoption Story

Worth the wait: International adoptions grow more complicated
Katrina and Tom Rusin arrived home in Wilton late on a recent night after two weeks in China, where they immersed themselves in the culture, visiting the Great Wall and touring a farming village.

Their return marked the end of another long journey - the two and a half years it took to adopt baby Kate.

The Rusins, who first sent an application in December 2004 to Wide Horizons for Children, an adoption agency with a branch in West Hartford, are one of many families who have weathered arduous adoptions.


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