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

Fertility with a Side of Pancakes

“Pa pa pa,” our 15 month old yells from her carseat as we pull up to the diner. This — in case you don’t speak toddlerese — means

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,

Sarah and Pam

First Name: Sarah Partner's First Name: Pam Age: early 40s Hometown: Denver Number of Children: 2, Wynn and Marlo When did you decide you wanted children? It all just sort of happened. It was

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

What Mother’s Day Means to Us

Mother's Day and Father's Day can be a little complicated in same sex parent households. Here, our contributors talk a little bit about what the holiday means to

Does this outfit make my mom look gay?

We chose to not find out the sex of our baby, mainly because we felt it is one of the few good natural surprises left in this world,

Between a Rock and an Unequal Place

By Betsy Fife Archer Sometimes I feel guilty that I was able to adopt my son before we left Massachusetts. I wouldn’t trade the protection that adoption grants

Q&A: Zach Wahls kicks ass, takes names for equality

Zach Wahls is (figuratively) on fire! Just last year, this strapping young Eagle Scout’s speech about his family at the Iowa House of Representatives went viral (twice!), infecting

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