"What do you want to tell Dad?", "Happy Mother's Day!" This is the first gay couple who adopted a child in Taiwan to gather around and have a conversation with their daughter on Mother's Day. Weiwei and his spouse Miaomiao are both "father" and "mother" who adopted their daughter Rourou, and the phrase "Happy Mother's Day" is not easy to come by, but also touching. On the May day just after the beginning of summer, a cool wind occasionally blows in the sultry southern Taiwan.
In Fengshan District, which has the highest banner design population in Kaohsiung, the faint scent of carnations floats in the old and new streets and alleys. Memories of love filled every wall of this home, surrounded by Miaomiao and her baby girl, and they talked in childish words all day long. A family that seems to be no different from an ordinary family, such a simple family happiness, but they strive for happiness that has only been obtained for many years. photo Photo Credit: WebMD Taiwanese gay couple Wai Wai, Miao Miao's adopted daughter Rou Rou holds carnations.
Comrades want to have children artificial reproduction is expensive Patiently communicate with children, Weiwei Miaomiao are educators. Born around 1980, they grew up in a traditional Taiwanese family. Weiwei Miaomiao University has been together for 16 years. When comrades were not widely accepted by mainstream society, they decided to join hands and discuss whether to have children in the future. Originally wanting to raise children, Weiwei originally considered artificial reproduction, but the huge cost made him and Miaomiao discouraged.