hello! this is alejandra here navigating the world of the interwebs. i post about the things i love, the things that make me angry, the things that make me laugh, and the things that remind me what i'm doing here in the first place.
My wife also gets a load of emails from people asking where our son’s father is, as though I couldn’t possibly be around and still allow a male son to display female behavior. To those people I say, I’m right here fathering my son. I want to love him, not change him. My son skipping and twirling in a dress isn’t a sign that a strong male figure is missing from his life; to me, it’s a sign that a strong male figure is fully vested in his life and committed to protecting him, and allowing him to grow into the person who he was created to be.