We created our family through adoption and surrogacy. Here are the stories we share with our kids about how our family came to be.
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.
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.
Gay dad blogger Anthony Romeo shares how his son's playtime with the Green Toys Stacker tower helps him grow and gain independence.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers that homeopathic teething tablets and gels may pose a risk to infants and children.
After the recent onslaught of horrible tragedies, how do we help our children feel secure when we ourselves feel insecure, vulnerable and helpless? Gay dad blogger David Blacker comes up with some helpful tools to address these sensitive matters with your family.
For a healthier lifestyle, Dr. Antwon Chavis encourages gay dads and their families to take up a Fit Family Challenge. This challenge strengthens motivation, stimulates friendly competition and promotes success. And it is fun!
Despite our best intentions, our toddlers accumulate a lot of unnecessary stuff. What toys do they really need and what toys should you avoid? Gays With Kids writer Christina Boyes finds out.
Many young kids are picky eaters. Fortunately, there are some proven ways to improve their eating habits.
The notion that there could be a medical problem with the heart of one’s child is understandably stressful. The majority of heart murmurs that are heard in children are harmless.