DeCaf - Me, code monkey by day, dog-wrangler/awesome sleeper by night.
Latte - My dear wife of 8 years.
BoyCat - Our first pet we got together. He's simple but sweet.
GirlCat - She's a riddle wrapped up in an enigma wrapped in a mystery. Cuddly one moment, off killing vermin the next.
Puppy - Husky/Pointer mix, 4.5 years old. The love of Latte's life.
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Blogs I Follow
- Barf Bags Not Included
- Pepibebe | nurturing by nature
- Mama Soto
- Queer and Conceiving
- Two birds, One love
- .breaking into blossom.
- The Gayby Project: Making the Next Generation of Fabulous
- Mother Issues
- Ladylove & Babydust
- Another Life Pause
- Mama et Maman
- My Perfect Breakdown
- Two Immas
- banana seat
- Baby Fever
- Our Sunflower Baby
- Keeping Up With The Joneses
- Two Brute Yogis Sitting In a Tree
- Impossibly Royal
- A Family of B's
- Nicole & Autumn’s Journey to Becoming Mommies
- (not) pregnant in rezza
- Two Chicks' Fertility
- Queer Conceptional
- Keeping up with the Hays
- The Road Ahead: Jen & Mary Pat Try to Make a Baby
- Hooded Spirits
- Lesbians on the Corner
- Mama, Interrupted
- A Day in the Life
- So Damn Jenn
- Her eggs. My nest.
- From PhD to Farm
- Just, what?
- are you my moms?
- Giraffe and Ducks adventure to becoming mummies
- Andrea and Ari's TTC Journal
- Bs and Babies
- Hound Mamas
- My curious 30s
- Babies for Ladies
- Two Ladies Making Babies
Tag Archives: future kid
So, Latte’s excited enough for us to get on the TTC train February to take a second job (her first job is painting/selling art and it’s kind of sporadic anyway as it’s self-directed and I love her but she gets … Continue reading
So, the test Friday was positive, the test Saturday was weakly negative. The test today was pretty positive. So… I don’t think I know anything. It’s too bad, but also good. I had decided to watch CM, since it’s easy … Continue reading
So apparently I can buy a kit of 20 for $16 at C.V.S, which is about what I want to spend to see if I should go with the plain ones or spring for the digital kind. I’m prone to … Continue reading
So now MtnDew (our BFF) knows. We joked around about him being a donor, but honestly, we’re not comfortable with that (both he and I are a tad more anxious and OCD-ish than average so our kid would have no … Continue reading
Thanks for all your feedback yesterday. It was very helpful. I ended up being able to give Latte an answer I felt like was best: domestic infant adoption through a private agency can be ethical, but sometimes isn’t, and therefore … Continue reading
Latte asked me the other night what I thought about the ethics of domestic infant adoption. I was a bit taken aback, I mean there are some ethical adoptions (where no coercion happens), but there are also cases where it’s … Continue reading
— Pietro Aretino So it’s been cold as of late where I live. Very very cold. Bitterly cold. So cold only Puppy (who is half husky) can be outside for very long. I can feel the inside of my nose … Continue reading
So Latte and I had a good talk on Friday night. I’m sorry about the silence and short updates lately, I’ve needed to do some internal processing. I gave her the IRASS and we talked about it and she decided … Continue reading
So, this weekend I talked to my mom. She’s got grandbaby rabies, and is fine with us adopting out of foster care (albeit slightly conflicted). Her attitude is that gay parents are better than no parents. But also, she feels … Continue reading