The first ‘pregnant man’ shows what life is like raising three little ones.
Thomas Beatie made history as the first man to give birth — he was born a woman and kept his reproductive organs — and now he and his wife Nancy, 49, are proud parents to three kids: Susan, 3, Jensen, 2, and Austin, 1. The 38-year-old father reveals to The Daily Mail how he and his wife explain their children’s extraordinary births. They read them Mister Seahorse, which explains how male seahorses become pregnant!
Transgender Thomas Beatie became famous in 2008 when he gave birth to a baby girl. Now he wants to help women who can’t have their own kids by becoming a surrogate.
HollyMoms, you probably know Thomas Beatie as the Pregnant Man. He gained notoriety in 2008 when he became the first transgender man to ever give birth. Now the 36-year-old wants to be a surrogate for women who can’t get pregnant on their own! “When I was first approached with the idea, I thought it was crazy. Then I thought about what it means and what not having a family means to us. I thought, ‘This is a huge deal and I’m capable of it, why not?'” he tellsLife & Style.
Transgender Thomas Beatie became famous in 2008 when he gave birth to a baby girl. Now he is weighing in on the controversy surrounding Shiloh Jolie-Pitt wearing boys clothing.
Thomas Beatie, formerly known as Tracy, became the first transgender man to ever give birth, in 2008. He and wife Nancy now have two children, a daughter Susan, 2, and a 15-month-old son Austin, and he’s currently pregnant with his third child. Now Thomas is speaking out about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s tomboy daughter, Shiloh’s decision to always wear boys clothes — and the speculation on the web that she’s headed for a sex change in the future. “When you’re a child, you don’t really have a solid grasp of what male and female are,” he tells Life & Style.