Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Brother And Sister Meet For First Time After She Was Switched At Birth 39 Years Ago.

When we're born, we're given a story, a life. We're told who our parents are and what our name is. Some of us are given a religion to follow and all of us get a country to call our own. We spend the next few years learning to walk and talk. Followed by many years of going to school. Eventually, we go to college, get married, and have a family. What if one day you were told that your entire life was a lie? What would you do? Valentina Suman woke up one day and had to ask herself that exact thing.

39-years-ago, two beautiful baby girls were born in a hospital in Moldova.

When both girls, Valentina Suman and Tatyana Muradyan, left the hospital to go home, things seemed to be a bit off with both of them. If you're a parent, you know how trying things can when you first bring home your new baby, but this was different.

39-years-ago, two beautiful baby girls were born in a hospital in Moldova.

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This wasn't your ordinary fussy baby kind of situation.

Both girls had an extremely difficult time eating. They also seemed to cry all of the time, but neither mother thought anything of it.

This wasn't your ordinary fussy baby kind of situation.

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Years went by and rumors began to float around the family.

People in both families found the girls behavior a bit odd, but Tatyana's brother, Anatoliy Lashtur, heard something unbelievable. What he heard would later change the course of both family's lives.

Anatoliy had heard family members say they didn't think Tatyana belonged to them.

People began to talk, but eventually, everyone just brushed it off and moved on. After a while, the Lashtur family made the decision to move across the world to the United States.

Anatoliy had heard family members say they didn't think Tatyana belonged to them.

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Before they made the big move, they were approached by a neighbor.

This neighbor knew both of the families, so she was able to watch the two girls grow up. She also knew of the problems that both families had. She began to believe the rumors and came forward to the Lashturs.

Before they made the big move, they were approached by a neighbor.

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