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LGBT History Month: Why Our Son Will Never Be an Ally.

Last year, I started a fantastic new book by Frank Lowe called ‘Raised by Unicorns‘, which is a collection of stories by people with LGBTQ+ parents. It’s one of those books that I’ve really savoured as I simply don’t want it to end. It’s raw and unfiltered, and regardless of it’s audience, it teaches the

LGBT History Month – Featured Families: The Gayby Project. 

I have followed the ladies from The Gayby Project for a long time. They’re not only one of my favourite favourite bloggers, but we actually shared our bump time; with our beautiful sons only being 2-3 weeks apart! In addition to all this, not only are they a frickin rad couple (which you can see

LGBT History Month – Featured Families: Pauline Kirby (Pols80)

I haven’t followed Pauline for as long as other LGBT families but when I did I wish I’d done it sooner.  As someone with little to zero knowledge of transition, I’ve followed not only with great interest but with huge admiration.  Their journey together as a couple and a family has been a roller coaster

LGBT History Month – Featured Families: Jenni Tellyn. 

I’ve known Jenni since joining our local a Rainbow Families Facebook group. We are so glad we joined the group. Not only have we met a wonderful community of rainbow families, where meet ups and events are arranged regularly, but we have people to go to if we have questions specific to LGBT Families. As

LGBT History Month – Featured Families: My Two Mums

I’m pretty sure My Two Mums were the first same-sex family blog we followed when we first started out on our TTC journey. We hadn’t really come across many young same-sex families online, certainly not ones in England, so finding My Two Mums gave us hope right at the beginning. Back then, Clara and Kirsty

LGBT History Month – Featured Families: MummyMumma

Flowing nicely into our fifth featured family is Katie and Kirsty from MummyMumma. Katie and Kirsty are new in our blogroll list but we’re so glad that we do follow them, it’s a treat reading about their son Joseph. What I’m loving the most about this feature is the variety in where our families come