You know what’s really funny is my son is in school with—he was in preschool and now he’s in kindergarten—but in preschool one of his best friends had two moms. And so his life has just been, that’s completely been part of his world and his community. And now in kindergarten they have this thing where they take out books on Fridays and he checked out a book and we were sitting there reading it. He’d read it with my husband a couple times and he was reading it with me for the first time and it was about was Eleanor Roosevelt and Amelia Earhart and how they were friends and this cool story about them together. On one of the pages it had a picture of them together, their faces together. And he said, “I don’t remember what happens—wait, are they married?” And it was the sweetest most pure nothing moment, which was what made it so awesome. Because in his world that was as simple as anything. It will never—he’ll never have a moment where he thinks that’s out of the norm or not what other people do or whatever. And I thought, “Gosh that’s saying a lot as far as where we are in the world.” I’m not sure that that’s everywhere, and at some point it will be, but right now, right here, that was happening. And I just thought, “That’s great.” I wanted to say yes! But I could not be dishonest. He can’t be the kid when he gets older that thinks Amelia Earhart was married to Eleanor Roosevelt.