- Your Voice
Abby (left) and Libby (right) show their goofy side as they make faces at the camera.
Libby (right) and Abby (left) show affection to their younger brother Gideon.
Abby (left), Benjamin (middle) and Libby (right) play with their dog at home.
Abby, Benjamin and Libby Freeman pause for a moment to smile at the camera.
Libby kisses younger sister Abby on the cheek.
This is the most recent photo of the Freeman family. Benjamin (left) is now nine, Abby (middle) is six and Libby (right) is eight.
Brian and Pam Freeman hold Libby (left), Abby (middle) and Benjamin (right) in a family photo taken shortly after their completed adoption of the two girls.
Ben gives a big smile at the camera. He was the first kid that the Freeman's adopted from Russia.
Pam and Brian Freeman hold Benjamin for the first time. Benjamin was found abandoned on March 18, 2004, the exact day that the Freeman's decided that they wanted to adopt.
Abby holds a teddy bear at the orphanage she stayed at in Russia. Pam Freeman says that Abby cried a lot when they first met her.
Abby holds her new mom, Pam Freeman, as the two meet for the first time in February 2008. She was officially adopted in July 2008.
Libby, almost three years old in this picture, holds a ball in this referral picture that the Freeman's received. Libby was born prematurely and without a tibia in her left leg.
Abby, Benjamin and Libby Freeman smile at the camera. This picture was taken shortly after Libby and Abby were adopted from Russia.
Libby gives a big smile at the camera as she helds by her new dad, Brian Freeman. According to Pam, Libby was a very joyful girl.
Libby holds a toy as she sits in Pam Freeman's lap at the orphanage.