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Children's Books

But... Doesn't Everyone Need a Mom?

The creators of 'The Magic You' give advice on how to equip kids of LGBTQ parents to address sensitive questions from friends and classmates.

This is a guest post from the creators of 'The Magic of You'.

Kids ask the darndest things. They don't (usually) mean any harm, but simple questions can create real consternation for children of single and gay dads if they aren't prepared for them. These youngsters will undoubtedly get asked in the playground something along the lines of: "But doesn't everyone need a mom?".

We need to equip our children with the answers to questions like these. Clearly single and gay dads need help from a donor and/or a surrogate to create their family – and we want their children to understand, be comfortable with, and be able to communicate the role played by donors and surrogates.

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