We created our family through adoption and surrogacy. Here are the stories we share with our kids about how our family came to be.
Ages & Stages
Being prepared for your baby’s arrival may ease some of the stress; but if you were given no time to prepare, don’t worry: Most of these items can be found at any store with a baby department.
No matter how many books you read, how many videos you watch and how much advice you get, you still won’t know everything you need when your baby is premature.
How and when should you start your baby's dental hygiene? Texan pediatric dentist John Riehs gives you the answers.
Steven met Conor four and a half years ago at the G-A-Y nightclub in Manchester. For both of them becoming dads was their number one priority. On September 4 of this year they became fathers to George via surrogacy.
He isn’t tiny, but he’s not big yet either. And when he’s getting cranky, his ability to be in control of something as simple as feeding himself a snack, it comforts him.
Gay fathers Brett and James share what life is like during the first few weeks adapting to life with a newborn. Their story will especially help adoptive dads-to-be prepare for the inevitable complications that arise during adoptions that take place out of their home states.
Sharing advice to dads of newborns, Jordan says, "Our first action was to set a sleep schedule plan. We decided to rotate each night on who would get up to feed, change and tend to Kellan. That process has worked and we still continue it today."
Anthony shares his family's secret ingredient for getting their baby son to sleep.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that you and your child visit a pediatrician roughly 10 times during the first three years. What can you expect during those visits? Gays With Kids pediatrician Dr. Antwon Chavis fills you in.