“Usually they’re just like, ‘Wow, that’s really interesting’ or ‘Wow, how does that work? They’re like, ‘So you had a mom and a dad and they divorced?
’ and then I have to explain to them that there is sperm donation,” Paige said. ’ and I’m like, ‘No, I’ve always had two moms.’” Both Paige and her older sister are biologically related to Lima, and were born from the same sperm donor.
Kathy is called “Mommy,” while Cindy is called “Momma.” Cindy said that she does not want to let herself get too excited about the possible legalization of gay marriage.
“We got a letter from City Hall saying that our marriage license was being revoked and did we want our reimbursement or did we want to donate to charity, which felt like a slap in the face,” Cindy said.
However, the ban of gay marriage was taken to court and the ruling successfully got overturned, so gay marriage was again legal in California.
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“We got married on our 20th anniversary at Rodeo Beach with the girls and my mom and some family,” Cindy said.