I officiated a wedding last week. It was a beautiful wedding for two women who plan to have a family in the future. Jen and I never really hesitated about having a family and so far haven't experienced any issues as a same-sex married couple with a child in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I'm sure it would be different in some other parts of the country.
Up to now no one has said anything to Nate about not having a dad or any other weird comments. He's only 3, he's not in pre-school, his almost 4-year old cousin is used to our family so doesn't think anything of it.
But I have noticed that about a year ago, when Nate was playing with toy animals that could be paired up into families, it was Mommy lion, Momma lion and Baby lion. That made sense; Nate calls me Mommy and Jen Momma. But then he started watching television. Caillou, Little Bear, Dino Dan, etc. Most of the shows he watches with kids have one mom and one dad (Dino Dan seems to have just his mom and in the episodes I've seen, no mention is made of a dad and Max and Ruby don't seem to have parents...). And slowly he started to make families with Mommy lion, Daddy lion and Baby lion. Except for one time I noticed, he's always doing Mommy, Daddy, baby. (That one time, he decided his 4 stuffed sheep were Mommy, Daddy, Momma and baby).
It would be nice if there were some children's cartoons where the child(ren) had two same-sex parents. There are two very sweet (non-agenda) board books for toddlers with two moms or two dads called Mommy, Mama and Me and Daddy, Papa and Me that are sweet little books with sing-song text like "Mommy lifts me up up up, Mama puts juice in my cup" and Nate likes that one a lot. There are a few books like that though mostly meant for older kids and teaching about different types of families. I don't want a show or book with a lesson. I just want a show or a book where there happen to be two moms or two dads. Why does it always have to be a big deal?