Cast Your Vote:

    • Think theres gonna be issues later on.. -- Votes: 3
    • No , Im sure everything is gonna be fine ! -- Votes: 29
Nool Mommy to a Blessing 1 child; Manor, Texas 20 posts
10th Sep '12

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Lady Anon Due December 25; 1 child; Davenport, Iowa 4610 posts
10th Sep '12

Im not sure,



but off topic. Im gonna steal your womans wardrobe!

*Turtles* Due July 27; 1 child; Someplace, UT, United States 6083 posts
10th Sep '12

Whoa to the dramatic eyebrows. lol Just saying.
I don't think it will really be an issue..who knows.

*Turtles* Due July 27; 1 child; Someplace, UT, United States 6083 posts
10th Sep '12

Double post!

Tash+1 1 child; Canton, Ohio 7839 posts
10th Sep '12

IMO, its kinda the same thing as having a step dad. Shes step mommy lol
Just gotta explain mommy likes girls and not boys.

Summerfrost 51 kids; Massachusetts 5656 posts
10th Sep '12

Issues are sortof part of life. I don't think being a lesbian or straight prevents them. It's the family though that helps us through them. I would think 3 people that love your son would be a positive thing.

Hodor is gone. Due October 30; 66 kids; Quebec 18194 posts
10th Sep '12

Being a lesbian doesn't make you a bad mother or automatically eff up your child.



Like any other parent, it's your actions and your partner's actions, love, etc that will make your cutie pie son.



Your sexual orientation has nothing to do with it. haha

*Turtles* Due July 27; 1 child; Someplace, UT, United States 6083 posts
10th Sep '12
Quoting Hodor:" Being a lesbian doesn't make you a bad mother or automatically eff up your child. Like any other parent, ... [snip!] ... your partner's actions, love, etc that will make your cutie pie son. Your sexual orientation has nothing to do with it. haha"


:!:

Mommy to a Blessing 1 child; Manor, Texas 20 posts
10th Sep '12

But the thing is when i explain it to other they create tension and hell allot of it ! -___- , People see Chelsea , Julian , his father , and i at the park and its always that one questions that pops off or something about my family i thought it was just me !

Charlotte & Gabe 2 kids; California 14276 posts
10th Sep '12

I don't know but you guys are such a cute couple lol :D

Mommy to a Blessing 1 child; Manor, Texas 20 posts
10th Sep '12
Quoting Jenna♡Charlotte:" I don't know but you guys are such a cute couple lol :D"



Thank you ! <3

Aribean 1 child; California 11400 posts
10th Sep '12

OT
But I'd turn full on lesbian for either of you any day lmao!

Charlotte & Gabe 2 kids; California 14276 posts
10th Sep '12
Quoting Aribean:" OT But I'd turn full on lesbian for either of you any day lmao!"


:lol:

Hodor is gone. Due October 30; 66 kids; Quebec 18194 posts
10th Sep '12
Quoting Mommy to a Blessing:" But the thing is when i explain it to other they create tension and hell allot of it ! -___- , People ... [snip!] ... , and i at the park and its always that one questions that pops off or something about my family i thought it was just me !"


Well...some people are morons.



There is no other explanations. People like to judge and be nosy and yadda yadda.



If you make a big deal out of it...it will be one. If you brush it off and laugh...it will go unnoticed.

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 15757 posts
10th Sep '12

I used to babysit for a family friend. She had two boys ((with a man, obviously)) and then switched sides. Everything was normal in the household. Kids were fine and are still fine at 13 and 16. They called their biological mother, mom, and their moms long term g/f, mommy. At first, it was just by her name.



If you are just one on one with her, just explain that families are all different. Some have two moms, two dads, one mom and a grandma, etc.



The only thing that could be confusing IMO, is if you introduce a man and then still have that girl on the side or something...but still...that is your families business. People won't always understand somethings, but it doesnt mean you are being a bad mother or anything, because there is plenty of children raised by same sex parents and their children are fine.