Monthly Archives: June 2017

My Gender Creative Son’s First Pride

“That was one of the best days of my life. Thank you so much for taking me,” C.J. said as Matt tucked him into bed for the night. Most kids say that to their parents after a day at an … Continue reading

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Category Is: Covered Wagon Realness

C.J.’s school year ended on Friday. Days prior to that was his class’s Open House – a night near the end of the school year when families are invited into the classroom to ooh and aah over the students’ best … Continue reading

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Writing About Boys in Skirts: Lori Duron Interviews Lesléa Newman

One of my favorite authors has a new book out about one of my favorite topics. Lesléa Newman’s Sparkle Boy is about a little boy who loves things that sparkle, shimmer and glitter. He’s a lot like my son C.J. … Continue reading

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Our Month In Review: May 2017

Following are highlights from our month on Instagram. Click here for pictures, thoughts and happenings from the entire month. If you’re on Instagram, follow me. If you already follow me, thank you! My wife gets a load of emails and … Continue reading

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If People Think I’m A Lady, Just Let Them

We’re at a restaurant for dinner. The server approaches our table with piping hot entrees and starts placing them in front of us. “And, here are her chicken strips,” she says as she places a basket of food in front … Continue reading

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