hi everyone! my name is caitlin and i will soon be a mommy to a biracial son. he was due on wednesday, but i guess he's not ready to meet the world yet. haha!
i'm white - like super fair-skinned with auburn hair - and my DF is black with very dark skin. i'm looking forward to seeing what our little guy looks like! we live in toronto, canada, which is apparently one of the most multicultural cities in the world, so interracial couples are fairly common here. my mom is from mississippi, and DF is from zimbabwe, so i think our families were a bit surprised by our relationship at first. but we've been together for 5 1/2 years now, and everyone can't wait to meet our little baby! i saw a post about this board on the 3rd trimester exchange and thought i'd pop over to check it out. looking forward to chatting with you all.View Thread
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