'Uncle Frost' helps children embrace Russian roots

Sasha Gosling, 8, second from the left, and the other snow rabbits wait for the start of  Russian fairy tale "12 Month"  during the Russian Christmas celebration Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013, at the Pavlica Hall of Holy Theophany Orthodox Church in Colorado Springs. Gosling was adopted from a Russian orphange when he six years ago. His sister, Alona Gosling, 9, was adopted shortly afterwards by the same family.  The Gazette, Christian Murdock)  Photo by CHRISTIAN MURDOCK, THE GAZETTE
Sasha Gosling, 8, second from the left, and the other snow rabbits wait for the start of Russian fairy tale "12 Month" during the Russian Christmas celebration Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013, at the Pavlica Hall of Holy Theophany Orthodox Church in Colorado Springs. Gosling was adopted from a Russian orphange when he six years ago. His sister, Alona Gosling, 9, was adopted shortly afterwards by the same family. The Gazette, Christian Murdock) Photo by CHRISTIAN MURDOCK, THE GAZETTE
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