Wishing these dad a lifetime of happiness on their recent weddings and births! Congratulations from all of us here at Gays With Kids.
"I still pinch myself," says gay dad James after the birth of his son, Micah!
James became a dad for the second time when his son was born via a co-parenting relationship with two lesbian moms. He became a dad the first time to twin girls in 2015.
"I'm so happy to share my son Micah. Born this morning on the 15th January, 2018 at 8.38am. He weighed 8lb 13oz. His sisters love him I couldn't be prouder of him and his mums . Soon as I held him I was amazed the mums and I had another amazing bundle added to our family unit. I still pinch myself about the girls everyday and now a little son."
Congratulations to this co-parenting family!
"Our Little Girl," Congrats to gay dads Bryan and Joshua on the birth of their daughter, Aria!
Dads Bryan and Josh are completely smitten with their adopted daughter Aria who was born on February 3 this year.
"From barely making it to the delivery room when she was welcomed into the world," said Bryan, "to the moment she made her first sound, we loved her. Listening to her purr while she sleeps, to waking up in the wee hours of the night, we love her. She is our little girl."
Congratulations to this Floridan family built with love through adoption.
"Their fight is greater than anything we've experienced," Congrats to new dads Matt and David on the birth of their twin girls!
This Californian family doubled in size when their daughters were born in January this year. Matt (above left) and David's twins were born two months early, and they spent 24 and 28 days in NICUs in total, across three different hospitals.
"They're not even two months old and their fight has been greater than anything we have ever experienced ourselves," said David.
"It's been amazing to watch their growth and it's unbelievable how much two tiny, three pound humans have taught two 30-something men about love, strength, joy, and heartache," shared Matt.
Congratulations to this family of four from San Jose.
"My Partner in Crime," Congrats to dads Aaron and Kory for recently tying the knot!
Aaron and Kory have been together nearly 2 years and were married December 27, 2017.
"The best thing about being married," said Kory, "is knowing I will get through anything with my husband's love and support and I will be able to provide that to him as well. He's my partner in crime, my best friend, and now my husband."
Kory's children celebrated alongside their dads at the December wedding.