Anthony Romeo: Learning From What My Mom Did

Via chicken cutlets, Bret “The Hitman” Hart T-shirts and “Don Giovanni’s Italian Carousel,” gay dad-to-be Anthony Romeo learned from his mom how to be a great parent.

How Much Stuff Does a Newborn Really Need?

It’s a common mistake: buying too much baby stuff. Here are some great tips on what to buy and what not!

Nashville: “Adventures by Disney” Takes on Country Music’s Capital

Our travel writer visits Nashville through a Disney tour for families. Dads with teenagers should definitely check this out. Ditto Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks fans.

SCOTUS and Me

Ian Wilson ponders the effects, great and small, of the recent same-sex marriage ruling of the Supreme Court.

Mr. Gay World USA 2012 is Now a Single Gay Dad

A few years ago, Burnz Fernandez became a Mr. Gay World contestant and adopted a baby girl with his partner. Soon after, however, he and his partner split up. How is he doing now?

A Fairytale Until It Wasn’t: The Story of Raymond Moya, Byron Vasquez and Their Children

When Raymond and Byron adopted twin girls and a boy, they became media darlings, featured in a documentary and frequently interviewed by Spanish-language news shows. They were about to star in a reality TV show about their family. But suddenly, the fairytale ended.

Extraordinary Gay Dads: Making a Home for 15 Kids

Steven and Roger Ham have spent more than a decade raising a brood of 14 − going on 15 − sons and daughters. Find out how these remarkable gay dads keep their impressive household running smoothly.

After Years of Waiting, Nathan and Daniel Finally Became Dads

For years Nathan and Daniel had tried to become dads. Despite several promising situations, a placement just didn’t materialize. Then one day in February Nathan finally gave up his dream of fatherhood. That same night the couple got a momentous call.