https://t.co/f8qA6YRI8I— Chasten Buttigieg (@Chasten) April 4, 2022On Monday, U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and his husband Chasten shared details about their twins’ first day in daycare.While Pete Buttigieg mentioned all “the bottles… little jars of baby food… spoons” and everything else that parents rely on to raise kids, Chasten Buttigieg merely tweeted, “If anyone saw me walking around Target looking a little confused and sad earlier today now you know.”Of course, Pete and Chasten Buttigieg are just one of several famous gay couples raising kids.The actor couple’s twins — a son named Gideon and a daughter named Harper — were born via surrogate in October 2010.“We live up in Harlem so they see a ton of stuff, and they’re exposed to stuff at a young age,” Burka said in an Us magazine interview. “I think they grow from that.

I think when you’re living in a house in the Valley or Beverly Hills you don’t get to see that much, whereas here, you get to see and experience so much.”  A post shared by Neil Patrick Harris (@nph)The pop god and his filmmaker husband have two twin boys, Zachary and Elijah.

John and Furnish have both said they’re trying to raise their kids to be down-to-Earth and to respect work and money, despite being born rich.“[My dad] never told me he loved me, he didn’t hold me, and he didn’t come to see me perform,” John said in a 2015 speech. “And when [David and I] had our own children, I never stopped telling them I loved them, and they never stop telling me they love me.”  A post shared by Elton John (@eltonjohn)O’Hare, who is best known for his work in the American Horror Story TV series, and his husband adopted their son, Declan, in 2014.