What an awesome day it has been!! We woke up early and got everything ready to go. We had a wonderful breakfast and then off to the baby home for the last time! We stopped and got 2 cakes as we were instructed to do. When we got to the Orphanage they had us wait in the gym room while they got the children dressed. Our boys and the Bakers son Alex had a blast playing with all the toys. After a few minutes they brought the children in all dressed in their beautiful clothes. Brett stopped playing and just dotted on his new sister. She sat in his lap for quite a while. She had with her the album we gave her on our first trip and the doll we gave her the other day. She was very attached to both of those items. After a few minutes of play and a ton of pictures, we went in to talk to the director. We got about 10 minutes with them and she covered the basics like schedule and diet. The ladies tried to hurry us by standing up and putting coats on because they wanted to get to the passport office before they closed. I knew this was my only chance so I stood my ground and continued to ask questions. Then I ask for like the 5th time if I could see her room. They said I could but Joe needed to go with them to work on the passports. As we walked down the stairs Ludmella grabbed Joe and I and pulled us into Polinas living quarters. The kids were all asleep so we had to be extra quiet. We saw their bathroom, playroom, and sleeping areas. We could see the children but it was hard because they were sleeping. After that Joe got yelled at for disappearing but it was so worth it. We said our good byes andtook more pictures. Ludmella was crying. She truelly loves our daughter and she touched my heart in a very special way. After that Alec drove me and the kids back to the hotel. We let Polina listen to some music which she enjoyed but then I could tell she was very stressed so I got out those flavored puffs and she was really happy. She ate half the can on the way home and drank some water. She did not cry at all on the way to the hotel. When we got here we played and ran around the halls. I have to say that if you have one available I recommend bringing a 7 year old son along. Brett has been AWESOME! He is at her beckon call. Jaxon, not so much but he has been good. Around 4 I gave her a bottle with pedi alight and she went right to sleep while the boys and I put together a Lego in the closet so we didn't wake her. The rest of the day was simple with a dinner at the hotel followed by some more hall fun. Bed time was tough on me though. She took her bottle and was almost asleep but went I layed her down she started to rock. I sat by her and patted her but I felt helpless. Please if you have experience here, Im open for advice. All in all another great day.