Would you allow yourself to fall in love with a baby who isn't yet yours?
New Jersey couple Robert and Kim Summers did just that. They had started their adoption process way before Vladimir Putin banned U.S. families from adopting Russian children this past January and had already visited Russia twice to bond with the red-haired toddler they were planning to name Preston. In spite of the ban, and hopeful that they would be allowed to keep their promise to the boy to be his "forever family," they decided to show up at the orphanage on the designated pickup day, which was in mid-January.
Amazingly, this story has a happy ending. Watch below to find out how the Summers managed to bring Preston home — legally.