Lesbian video game ‘baby’ turns 8 as ‘family’ gets a birthday cake
A video game inspired by a lesbian relationship turned 8 this week, thanks to a lesbian family who had their cake delivered to their home in Canada.
The birthday cake for Lilia, who was born on April 10, has now been posted online.
“I had been waiting for this day for a long time and finally this day has come,” said Lilia’s mother, Angelique, who is a nurse in Canada and is the founder of Lilia Mama, a website dedicated to helping lesbian parents and their children.
Lilia has a special relationship with her sister-in-law, Lauren, who also shares a birthday with her.
“It’s a great day,” said Lauren.
“Our day, my mom’s day, it’s all for her.”
Lauren and Lilia are the third children in the family.
They grew up together in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, before moving to Ottawa, where they now live.
The family’s cake is also being celebrated in a special way.
Lilie was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy two years ago.
“We had been told she’d have a very long and difficult life and she was going to die from that,” said Angelique.
“She’s been going through that for a while and so much of the family is grieving for her and our daughter.”
A video of the delivery was made by Lilia and her mother, who were both born to a gay couple in Canada in the early 1970s.
They said they were very grateful to the Canadian family for their support.
“This is a gift from God,” said Brandon, the delivery man.
“Thank you very much for everything you’ve done.”
Brandon said he and his partner were not expecting the cake delivery to go viral, but the couple was very appreciative.
“Lilia is a really strong person,” said his partner, Mark.
It’s a really big deal for us.” “
So, when she was given this gift, it was a big deal.
It’s a really big deal for us.”
“The cake was delivered to the home of the Lilia family and to our house and I have to say I am very proud of our family,” said Melissa, who worked as a delivery man in her early twenties before moving in with the couple.
Melissa said she and her partner were able to deliver the cake to the family’s home in a very simple way, even though they were expecting to do a lot of extra work.
“There was no cake cutter, so it was all done by hand,” said Ms. Melissa.
“All of the flowers were individually picked and we did a lot more than just picking them.
We did a whole bunch of flowers.”
“I feel like we’re the only family who’s doing this,” said the delivery woman.
“To have such a big cake in the mail was really special.”
“There are so many people in this world who love our family, who are loving our daughters, who love us and want to make this cake for us,” said her daughter, Lilia.
“And that’s what makes it so special.”
For the record, the Lilie family is from Montreal, Canada.
Their daughter is named Lauren, and Brandon is named Brandon.
The cake was made at the home where the family was raised, and it was then wrapped up in a plastic bag and sent to Canada.