Hot tip: LezBeMommies Radio debuts tonight

We here at It's Conceivable are super-stoked about tonight's inaugural episode of LezBeMommies Radio, for a bunch of reasons: (1) it promises to be a great

Hey, son. We’re your mothers.

Aaand, just like that (in sloth years, maybe), I am a parent. Possibly also apparent? Very shortly after I finished my last post, Sir Mixalot (totally the real

Everybody limbo: the other two-week wait

Dear Internet,

The last time I wrote was months ago, and now my wife, Sir Mixalot, and I are expecting our first baby...today. Actually by the time this goes

Your baby has five arms and three dots. Totally normal.

Early morning, the last day (maybe) that we won’t know whether Cell Ball is a boy or a girl. I try to enjoy this not-knowing time,

Moving on up

I get all proud of Cell Ball (aka Nubbin, aka the future human now gestating inside my wife, Sir Mixalot, who I also get all proud of) at

A girl’s guide to fatherhood

A few days after we got the 'positive' I went to the library and checked out roughly 58 million books about pregnancy. I couldn't find any targeted toward

The ballad of Katie and Mixalot

There’s a thing that has always been true of me and my wife (Sir Mixalot, totally her real name), which is that where I am slow, thoughtful, and

Amy and Elisabeth

First Name: Amy Partner's First Name: Elisabeth Age: 28 Hometown/City: Glendale, Queens, NY Number of Children: 1 (and 1 on the way) Names of Children: Sofia When did you decide you wanted children? We always

Week in Review: Bad News for Chickens, Worse News for Regnerus

Oh, my fellow Americans (and non-Americans), it’s rough being a political hot button, isn’t it? You're trying to live a good life, ignore the assholes, fight the good

Cervical Monitoring: The Good, The Bad, The [Censored]

Dear readers. My last installment ended on a wild promise: that I would next discuss “the cervix.” (There was also something about 6-inch flour tortillas but the pictures

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