Every year since the couple's twins were born in 2010, the family has shared their Halloween looks. From Alice in Wonderland in 2013, to Family Freak Show last year, they wow and surprise every year. See them all here.
Tom Daley announced recently that he has teamed up with the BBC to bring a documentary about his experiences with surrogacy to the small screen. The Olympic diver, along with husband Dustin Lance Black, welcomed a baby boy to their family via surrogacy this past summer.
Daley hopes to use the opportunity to provide an in-depth look into a typical surrogacy journey, from the medical requirements to the legal and financial aspects that such arrangements require.
The documentary will largely focus on the use of surrogacy in the U.K., according to Deadline, where the practice is legal but highly regulated. But Daley will also travel to California, where rules are much more permissive, and to countries where the practice is still illegal.
The documentary is set to debut in 2019. We'll be sure to tune in, and keep you posted!
This season of Great British Bakeoff features Dan Beasley-Harling, a gay stay-at-home dad of two, as a contestant. And he's slowing kneading his way into the hearts of fans.
In an interview with Pink News, Beasley-Harling said that, with his youngest starting school soon, he began looking for ways to fill his time, which led this aspiring baker to apply to be a contestant on the show.
"I have been at home looking after the kids for the last 6 years, so it was a chance to do something for myself," he told Pink News.
But even if he's not looking after his kids 24/7 these days, they are always clearly on his mind. In the first episode of the show, the bakers were instructed to create a biscuit decorated with a self portrait of themselves at a memorable moment in time. Beasley-Harling attempted to depict the moment he first met his youngest child, but the end result looked more like what one judge called a "massive prawn."
Still, the emotional moment was enough to win the hearts and minds of fans, helping Beasley-Harling quickly become a fan favorite on the show.
"It was the best moment of my life," Beasley-Harling said. "Just don't tell my husband that!"
Tip Number 1 – Try to prepare your own meals with fresh ingredients. Doing so gives you better control over the amount of sugar, sodium and cholesterol you and your family consume.
Tip Number 2 – Experiment in your kitchen with herbs and spices you haven't used before. Some items we've added in recent years include cumin, tarragon, curry, turmeric and ginger. Start slowly, though, you can always add more next time.
Tip Number 3 – Use veggies instead of pasta to get more veggies in your diet. We like spaghetti squash, zucchini and beets for this purpose and toss them with our favorite sauce.
Tip Number 4 – Instead of adding cream to veggie dishes to get your kids to eat them, sprinkle them with just a touch of parmesan cheese and add fresh lemon juice. It enhances flavor without adding a significant amount of cholesterol or fat.
Last year, after 12 years together, Jimmy Nguyen and Michael Duque were finally ready to become dads. And so in 2017 they began their journey to fatherhood. Little did they know how quickly that would become a reality. What began with a serendipitous sighting of an ad for an upcoming Men Having Babies conference resulted in the joyous birth of their son in October 2018. Here's their story.
When thinking about having kids via surrogacy, the legal part is just as important as the IVF process itself. Making sure that the agreements with the surrogate and the egg donor are set up properly is a solid base for the whole process itself. And then there are issues like legal guardianship and birth certificates that are also crucial for finishing the process with babies that are completely, legally yours. We turned to Fertility Lawyer and gay dad Richard Vaughn of International Fertility Law Group, to set the record straight about the legal steps that must be taken when having babies through IVF.
Excerpt #1 – From Chapter 1: The Search (1793 Words)
As the first openly gay Canadian man approved to adopt internationally, David McKinstry set a legal precedent in 1997. A few years later, with his second husband, Michael, he did so again when they became the first gay Canadian couple to co-adopt children.
The following is an excerpt from the first chapter of his new book Rebel Dad: Triumphing Over Bureaucracy to Adopt to Orphans Born Worlds Apart. Here, it's 1998 and David finds himself in India. While in India, David visits several orphanages with his guide, Vinod, on his quest to adopt. With Indian adoption officials being extremely homophobic at the time, David could not reveal that he was a gay man.