Rabbi Michael Adam Latz talks about answering awkward questions about being a gay father at Twin Cities Jewfolk.

Occasionally, we get questions which are amusing. At a barbeque recently, as Michael was cutting up a hot dog into small bites for our youngest and I was negotiating ketchup for our oldest, someone asked, “Which one of you is the real dad?”

“They’re both our dads,” our oldest states before either of us can reply. “This Michael is the Daddy and that Michael is the Dadda.” A long sigh. “Daddy, can I please have more ketchup?”

Read the whole thing at TC Jewfolk.

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