Dear Rick (see comment on previous post),
Since you did not identify yourself with an email address or a blog, I'm assuming that you meant to just bring up a subject and will probably not follow up. If you do, I'm open to a dialogue.
Anyways, my short response to you is: What Jewish kids languishing in Russian orphanages?
What Jewish kids are available for adoption in the first place?
Answer: few. Most are special needs, which is not my first choice. Many are older, again, not my first choice.
In addition, the general Russian adoption system was in disarray when we initially started our adoption process. I don't know how much it's improved since. I needed something more certain.
My Orthodox friends and I who are adopting/have adopted are all subject to questions such as this. Yet when we looked for Jewish children to adopt, they were nowhere to be found, unless, again, they were special needs. I think that if so many Jewish children or babies were available for adoption, there would be a public campaign for them to be adopted, and it wouldn't take long before they were all in wonderful Jewish homes.
If you happen to know otherwise, please feel free to contact me again. I know quite a few people who would be very interested.