Lesbian Dad

Post Mother’s Day post

This is how we do Mother’s Day around here. She gets her day in May, and I get mine in June, alongside all the other dudes.* I know we two female-people parent combos (and two male-people parent combos) have many choices when we approach these binary parental holidays, Mothers’ and Fathers’. In

GREAT GIFT FOR DAD

GREAT GIFT FOR DAD, Home Depot, El Cerrito , CA. As fate would have it, I went out early the day before Baba’s Day to engage in a most fatherly of exploits: buy a lawnmower. Ours had died the week before, and a small herd of preschoolers and their families were

Cupcake face does not lie

Post-prandial evidence, Oakland, CA. Yes, fried donutey kind of cupcakes on a stick with extremely blue dipped icing–superman’s tights color blue, come to think of it–and a Superman “S” on the side (cake pops? I think they were?). Yes, for a girl’s party, why do you ask? This is the

Dateline: Austin, TX

I’m smack dab in the middle of Texas at Dad 2.0, a conference organized by and for dad bloggers, who, while a relatively smaller posse compared to mom bloggers, enjoy the benefit right out of the gate of not suffering the diminutive “daddy.”  So I was already in a good

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