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3×12 Gay Dads of Color

Do gay dads of color need to be more visible? Is being a gay dad of color a “thing” that needs to be discussed on its own? This week we tackle – ok, perhaps “approach” is the better word - racial issues with two ...
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3×11 Gay Adoption: Start Here

If you are a gay man or a couple looking to adopt, the first step you have to figure out which route you want to take. One is adopting through a non-profit agency, an agency that in addition to adoption ...
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3×10 Imperfect Parenting

None of us is born a parent, and so we look for the knowledge to "fill the gap.” Facing our kids' growing pains and wanting them to be kind, empathetic, responsible, attentive kids with high emotional intelligence and a good ...
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3×09 The Mom Role

Newsflash: "Mom" is not a gender-- it's a role. And "the mom role" can be successfully played in a family of two dads. This week we asked Julia Dennison, executive editor of Parents.com and also a co-parenting single mom of ...
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3×08 Baby (And Toddler) Whispering

Raising articulate, communicative children begins from day one. Developing baby communication skills and setting good boundaries can result in a less-frustrated, happier baby. We talked with Etel Leit, a baby communications specialist, about teaching our babies language from day one, ...
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Surrogacy for Gay Men: Who is on your team?

It takes a Village, People! This article written by Yan was first published on loveisfamily.com For gay men, deciding to start a family through surrogacy is no small step – it’s a big commitment, responsibility, and a completely new direction ...
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3×07 Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day we did the most romantic Daddy Squared episode we could come up with. With no guest in the studio, Alex and Yan reflect on love, marriage - yeah, and even the baby carriage. We talk coming out, ...
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3×06 Gay Surrogacy: Start Here

This is dedicated to all of you #futuredads out there. There is so much information on surrogacy for gay men and having biological babies, that it can sometimes be overwhelming. In this episode we help gay couple Stephen and Spencer, ...
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3×05 Couples Therapy

Awkward silences, frequent "jokes" and cynicism for each other - and lack of sex can be signs for a couple to seek therapy. And when you have kids, the distance can be amplified since work/kids take all the focus off ...
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3×04 Gay Divorce

Marriage Equality means Divorce Equality. Although it's not being talked about a lot, sometimes things just don't work out and you have to break up your marriage. We asked journalist and author Steven Petrow, who often writes LGBT educational editorials ...
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