Visiting With BJ & Frank

Today is the launch of our video series offering a glimpse into the lives and homes of gay dad families. Our first family to be featured: BJ, Frank, and Milo from the delivery room photo shared around the world.

Family Spotlight

Gay Family Values

Jay and Bryan Leffew started making YouTube videos in 2008 simply because they were frustrated with the debate over Proposition 8 in California. Now, six years later, they have produced over 500 videos that have been seen by hundreds of thousands of people.

The Dad Life

Back to School Outfits: Mix & Match

I’m always hunting for outfits that look sharp, while still leaving a little left over to stash away in a college fund. Without further ado, here’s a little mix-and-match style grab bag of some of my favorite back to school finds this year.

Just for Fun

Looking for Mr. Right

If you’re gay, single, and raising children, how do you find dates? Not all gay families stay together; some gay dads never partnered to begin with. There’s a new generation of single gay dads looking for love.

The Dad Life

How IKEA Turned a Boy Into a Man, And a Sap Out of Two Dads

Because today was a landmark day for Max. He went into that IKEA SMÅLAND bathroom a little boy, and came out an independent man. A little guy… who no longer needed his Dada and Papa.

Bloggers

Bringing Up Baby

I don’t know how folks manage toddlers and infants and babies, all screaming at the same time, demanding the attention of one individual.

Bloggers

Carpe Diem — Seize the Day

Are we really so different from the rest of the parents out there? If you just dig a little deeper, to the human side of things? No, we’re not.

Bloggers

The Reality of Raising African-American Boys in America

My husband and I dread the day we’ll have to tell our teenage sons that the world will not treat them like their white peers. It is unfair and it is maddening. But it is reality. How can we ask our sons to understand something we ourselves don’t?

Bloggers

Changing Surrogacy Options for Gay Men Around the Globe

As the costs of agencies, attorneys, hospital care and health insurance in the U.S. continues to rise, many Intended Parents are turning to overseas options to fulfill their dreams.

The Dad Life