It sounds like they have different medical terminology than we do in the US and even if the diagnosis which they told me for Scarlett this morning is accurate, it is not as bad as we first thought. We’ll also have a better idea when we see her and consult with her doctor. As well as possibly getting an appointment with a private doctor here in Ukraine if we feel it would be best.
Just an update for those of you a few steps behind us, it sounds like you do not need to worry about the immigration cards. I’ve heard from a few other families, including those who have completed their adoption and they do not have the cards. I asked our facilitator today and she said she thinks that they’ve done away with them, as families have not needed them for awhile.
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Glad to hear the card is not a big deal. Looking forward to hearing more about your stay. Best to you and your family.
So excited that you made it there! Thinking about you, and hoping for safe travels!Anna
Praying for you guys, and Scarlett. "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding." Many blessings.
That sounds like better news! Praying!
I'm glad to hear things are looking up!
CAN NOT WAIT much longer for pics from the orphanage. I'm desperate over here 🙂
CAnnot wait to see pics of the kiddo's!We didn't get the card, and we were in and out of the country just fine! I panicked and asked like 4 people at the airport and they all blew us off! But we learned that no other families got them recently either.Good luck!