Gay-friendly beach town on the East Coast? - Page 2
It is so gay friensly that we ended up in a 4plex leased by a couple of gay guys and that was full of gay families... without even knowing it until we got there. If you pick ogunquit, ill let you know who they are of you want to ! Also, there is a gay bar too if you like that sort of thing (we dont but hey, some people do !!).
Hi, I'm new to the site, and My husband and I just booked a week at a the econolodge, coastal highway this summer with our daughter. We are not homophobic, as we have dear friends whom are gay. We just wanted insight from people who have traveled to Rehoboth beach with their families. Do you recommend? I have heard rehoboth is less touristy than Ocean City, (which is where I wanted to stay in the first place.) Thanks, from older mamma.
Happy to see others mention the camping option. We camp everywhere we go. We've been to all the places mentioned and camped at each of them. Is anyone planning to go to family week in p-town? We are considering it but wouldn't actually sign up for any of the events ($$ for a family of 6, especially since we don't live in an area where we encounter any problems being a two mom family.) And we'd camp.
lexbeach- so happy to see your presence here. I read your blog regularly and appreciated the honest insight into how one family works on managing day to day life, big decision, adjustments, etc. I hope you are all well. (wow- I feel like such a stalker writing that, but I did feel like I knew you somehow!)
Awww, you guys are so sweet. Thanks for the warm welcome. My life has been insanely full, and I've been trying to keep it off the internet, but I have missed you all and this community very much. My partner and her two daughters (ages 4 and 7) moved in with me (and my four sons: now ages 3, 5, 9 and 9) in January, so, yeah: lots of changes, LOTS of kids!
Another vote for P-town (and Truro). We won't be able to make it for Family Week this year, but I hope our family will be unofficial Family Week participants another year.
lexbeach, it's great to see you posting! It was through this forum that I found your blog and learned so much through reading your honest and heart-full sharing. Your writing helped me reflect on, in a day to day way, how to explore and continually evolve in being the mama I want to be--a mama who is true to herself, lives her values, laughs a lot, loves big, and isn't afraid to make changes. Although I don't you personally, I count you as one of my parenting inspirations. And I've done some crafts that I never would have done without your blog.