We have a handful of friends who are lesbian couples, but not a one of them have kids or are TTC. They all say they're going to, but they've been saying that for years and nothing has come of it. We'd hoped that maybe seeing us get pregnant and have a baby would encourage them to get moving, since they're all older than us, but no. None of our straight friends really have kids, either.
One of my best friends from high school and his fiancee got pregnant the exact same time as us, and their son was born eight days before our DD, so we see them pretty frequently. (And they're a part of the group I'll mention below!)
Through the birth center (Centering classes and Baby Group), we met a group of five other families who all have babies 6 months and younger, and all of us are on our first child. This group has been the most incredible, wondrous group. I never dreamed we'd have this many families that we'd be so close with, so soon after Ever's birth. But it's amazing. Everyone is a hetero couple except us, and nobody ever batted an eye about fitting our family into the group. We get together as often as we can, in any combination of people. Recently, DW and I had onesies printed for all the babies with "2012 Dragon Babies" on the front and the baby's last name and date of birth on the back, like team jerseys. There's a kind of support among new parents that doesn't exist anywhere else. Even our most well-meaning friends without kids don't know what it is to have a new baby, and all these people do. We love them all so much.
Now, DD is going to the same daycare as another baby in the group and several moms work on campus and our lives are really integrating. What a gift. But we didn't find any of them (except my friend from 7th grade, lol) until after Ev.
4 of the 6 at a movie night!
5 of the 6 in their new onesies!