A same-sex version of “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause,” is not just great because it features a same-sex couple but because it features a same-sex family in a holiday video–something that rarely been done.
Danielle LoPresti and Alicia Champion were searching the internet for a same-sex family holiday video and couldn’t find one, so they made their own with their son, Xander.
“As a multi-racial, same-sex, foster-adoptive family, Alicia and I are always looking for examples of other families like ours to share with our son,” LoPresti told Huffington Post.
“After not finding a single holiday video of a family that resembled ours, we thought that since we have access to the resources, we would create something to fill that void.”
She added, “We feel it is an important time to show others that family love comes in all different colors and formations.” We agree!
So for all the two-mom, two dad, adoptive, multiracial families looking for a video that represents their family–check this one out.
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