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His Mom's Journey

My journey with a transgender son

Experience With Our Kid’s School

When your child is different in any shape or form at school - learning issues, physical limitations, etc - it can cause stress.  Due to anxiety issues, we were very involved with TN's school since kindergarten.  We went to a... Continue Reading →

Overwhelmed…

I have been trying to write a few more blog posts - about my experience at the GCN Conference, TN applying to (and getting accepted by) colleges,  TN's experience after being on testosterone for several months now.... But I can't. ... Continue Reading →

My Weekend at the Gay Christian Conference

I attended the The Gay Christian Network's annual conference in Pittsburgh last weekend. I am going to blog about it, but until I have the time, I wanted to share a blog post that my friend (who went with me) wrote about the... Continue Reading →

The Summer of Name & Gender Marker Changes

So in my last post 6 months ago, I said we were starting the process and waiting for the name change court order.  Surprisingly, we received it less than 2 weeks after we submitted it.  That was great news!  I've... Continue Reading →

The Name Change Begins

So I wrote a post months ago about the name and gender marker change process. http://hismomjourney.blogspot.com/2016/01/changing-name-and-gender-legally.html It didn't happen back then because life got in the way but now we're doing it.    The first step is applying for the name... Continue Reading →

Moms of LBGTQ Children Sharing

I previously mentioned that I'm in a few private Facebook groups for parents of transgender kids.   One of those groups called "Serendipitydodah for Moms" 1000+ Christian moms of LBGTQ kids (and those kids ages range from elementary school to... Continue Reading →

The Coming Out Letter

In my last post about coming out publicly, I mentioned that I emailed a letter to family and friends.   I decided to take the approach of sending them a letter and THEN having conversations.  That would give them time... Continue Reading →

Coming Out Publicly…..

So how does one tell friends, neighbors, and family that their child is transgender?  That their child is biologically one thing but mentally another. A concept that is 100% foreign to 99% of the population today? How do you share,... Continue Reading →

Playing on the Boys Tennis Team

I wanted to share a great experience from this past week. When you have a transgender kid, you never know how people you meet will react.  TN came to me weeks ago saying he wanted to try out for the... Continue Reading →

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