Meet n’ Greet the IC Bloggers

gay and lesbian parenting bloggers

Follow our bloggers as they navigate the ups and downs of insemination, surrogacy, planning and parenting.

Yes, We Have No Bananas

Lesbian TTC BlogJoin Katie as she and her wife, Sir Mixalot, charge into the great unknown of fertility, sperm banks, at-home insemination and (hopefully) pregnancy and parenthood, all on a shoestring budget and without a freaking clue what they’re doing.



gay adoption florida blogHenry and his husband live in Florida, where they were one of the first gay couples to adopt after the state’s infamous ban on gay adoption was struck down. Now he’s paving whole new roads of awareness by becoming a voice for gay fathers everywhere.


Becoming a Second Time Father

gay dad blogRyan chronicles his journey to becoming a father the second time around. Follow him as he and his partner begin the process of planning for another child, considering Indian Surrogacy, Adoption, and more along the way.


Surviving My Wife’s Pregnancy

Lesbian Mom Blog
Shannan is a non-bio mom taking care of her wife, who’s pregnant with twins. Follow along as she learns what to expect when her wife’s expecting.


Insert Baby Here

Lesbian Adoption Blog
Jess and her partner, Carla have baby fever, but first they have to navigate the ins and outs of lesbian adoption.



Both Sides Now

Lesbian Parenting Blog
Alison is a stay-at-home-mom getting used to life outside of academia and raising a boy with her wife Parker. She’s navigating gender norms in the south, and she’s not afraid to talk about it.



From TTC to Family

Lesbian TTC Blog
Emily and her partner, Linda, are trying to get pregnant for the first time. Follow their journey through the ups, the downs, and everything in between.


Notes from a Gay Mom

Gay Mom Blog
Diana and her partner have their hands full with twins. Expecting or don’t know what to expect? She doesn’t either. It’s going to be one helluva ride.


Me, My Eggs, and Dating

Single Lesbian TTC
Deb is 30-something, single, and ready to parent. So what’s a big-city girl with a ticking biological clock to do?




  1. Ryan says:

    Go team! I’m super honored to be in the company of such awesome folks.

  2. Henry says:

    Great to join this lineup!

  3. Flower says:

    I just started what I hope will be an educational & entertaining blog for queer folk who also want to have a baby. I have learned so much from and other bloggers so far! Thanks!!!

  4. Jennifer says:

    hi i am a 41 mother of 3 boys (15-21) i am very interested in becoming a gestational carrier for a gay male couple. i have 2 conditions however , i will not consider nursing for less than 1 year and i refuse any payment for my “services” , if any are interested in working with me you can contact me on facebook or my email addy is with more info on you and your partner/husband


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