Proud of our identities and full of LOVE

Being LGBTQ+

Being in the LGBTQ+ community is an important part of our identities - and being parents will be, too.

 

As a queer couple, we know that there are lots of misconceptions, stereotypes, and questions about what it means to be LGBTQ+, including what that means for us as prospective parents. We are committed to being transparent, open, and up-front about this special part of ourselves. If you have questions or want to learn more, please don't hesitate to ask!

As an LGBTQ+ couple, we aren't able to have biological children in the same way a straight, cis couple might - and that's ok! We both knew, from an early age, that adoption was our path of choice for bringing children into our lives. When we met, we knew we had each found the partner we were looking for to share in the adventure of parenthood. We know that adoption is the right option for us to grow our family, and we couldn't be more excited to be on this journey!

We have so much love to share with a baby, and we can promise that any children of ours will find unconditional love and acceptance for who they are. We understand the importance of seeing our children for their true selves, and finding a supportive community to help them grow and develop their own unique identities.

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Robyn

She/Her/Hers

Robyn identifies as queer, cis woman. That means she isn't straight, and she was assigned female at birth.

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Fawkes

They/Them/Theirs

Fawkes is genderqueer and trans. This means their gender is different than the sex assigned to them at birth, and they fall somewhere in the middle of the gender spectrum.