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Avatar: The Last Airbender

  • Some fics have Hakoda and Bato as Katara and Sokka's two daddies, raising them after their mother was killed. There are others meanwhile that portray the whole mentality of a village being like a big family, Katara, Sokka, and the rest of the children in the Water Tribe all to some extent having more than one mother and father.
  • And in this fanfic about the future, because we know how much Ty Lee loves Azula.
  • Before we knew about Amon's backstory, there were some fics where Amon was Azula and Ty Lee's child because he was a villain and a chi-blocker.
  • In Restraint, Azula and Ty Lee decide to have a baby soon after getting married. Azula gives birth to a daughter named Azusami. At the end of the sequel, they have their second daughter, which Ty Lee conceived from an affair with Azula's brother after Azula abandoned her for a few years to discover herself.
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  • People Gonna Talk. Similar to the aforementioned A Growing Affection, Korra and Asami get married and have three children by the same sperm donor. It's later revealed that years before, Azula and Ty Lee went the same route (Ty Lee carried their only child, and Zuko was the donor dad, though he didn't know it at the time).
  • Korra and Asami with their adopted kids are a small but popular subset of Korrasami fanart, which generally results in fans' heads exploding in glee.

Bleach

  • It has come up a couple of times in the Yoruichi/Soi Fon ship for Bleach, notably here and here.

Castle

  • In the fanfic, Of Finding Innocence, Kate and Meredith come to a peaceful compromise over the issue of custody with Alexis by agreeing that they both be her mothers. So there, young Alexis Castle has two mommies and a daddy.
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Crossovers

  • Adopted Displaced, a My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic multi-crossover series: The majority of the Equestrian protagonists have their original Equestrian parents and their new, adoptive parents. Openly referenced in Another Hatchling, when Spike introduces Twilight and Samus to one another.
    Spike: "Mom, this is Twilight Sparkle, my Mother." … "Twilight, this is Samus Aran, my Mother."
  • Wizard Thief (a Harry Potter and Kim Possible fic): Harry technically has three mommies - birth mother Lily Evans/Potter, and his new parents Shego and Kim Possible, who blood-adopt him through a magic ritual (Shego does so first, and Kim later). The second ritual results in a Gender Bender and the now-female Harry is renamed Shiela Rose Possible as a result.
  • The video Golden Blond and Jet Black ends with Rapunzel and Mavis adopting a daughter. The epilogue shows pictures of them with their kid.
  • In the Disney Princess fic Kindred, Jasmine is unsure who her biological mother is thanks to her father having a harem. Her official mother seems too old to have had Jasmine. Jasmine almost never interacts with her father's consort and instead was raised, until age thirteen, amongst his eight concubines.
  • In Tokimeki PokéLive! and TwinBee, Hilda and Shizuku Osaka adopt a girl named Yoko when they become adults. The same applies to Tamaki and Chizuru who adopt a girl named Elesis.

DC Animated Universe

  • The Next Best Thing To Normal starts off with Jason noting he doesn't have two mommies, he has his mommy and Aunt Pam. In essence, however, Poison Ivy is also Jason's mother. She helps raise him and is romantically involved with Jason's biological mother Harley.

D.Gray-Man

  • D.Gray-Man's doujinshi Family Walker with Allen and Kanda raising two children who strangely appeared from seemingly nowhere and that resemble said parents when they were younger.

Doctor Who

Frozen

Haikyuu!!

  • The Haikyuu!! fandom is full of fanworks where one or (more often) several of the characters are depicted as children. Since the show consists of predominantly male characters, this leads to a lot of M/M pairings with kids. The kids are often (but not always) first or second-year characters with third-year characters taking care of them.
    • In When Love Arrives Asahi is a single dad with a baby daughter Hitoka. Asahi eventually ends up in a poly relationship with Daichi and Suga. Daichi's biological son Chikara and Hitoka later grow up as brother and sister.
    • In That Baby Does Not Belong to You (But It Could) college students Bokuto and Akaashi find an abandoned baby Shouyou and decide to adopt him. In later parts of the series, Kuroo and Kenma also take care of the brothers Akiteru and Kei after they're abandoned by their mother. A teenage Kageyama is cared for by his thirty-year-old cousin Oikawa and his boyfriend Iwaizumi after most of the older members of Kageyama's family died at a young age.

Harry Potter

  • The fanfic Making Puppies which has Sirius and Remus have a child thanks to the fanon that Lupin apparently is a female while in werewolf form.
  • There are plenty of "Sirius and Remus raising Harry" fics.
  • The Dangerverse has two variants on this trope. The first is the Pack, which essentially consists of four adults collectively raising four children. It's repeatedly and explicitly stated that the cubs of the Pack consider all four Pack-adults their parents. The second variant on this trope is the blood-adoption ritual, which is a major plot element at several points. For example, about halfway through Facing Danger Lucius Malfoy blood-bonds Draco and Hermione as twins. From that point on, they each effectively have four biological parents (Lucius and Narcissa Malfoy and David and Rose Granger).)
  • There's a fanfic where Harry and Voldemort turn into cats, mate, turn back to normal, and then several months later Harry gives birth (don't ask how) to a healthy litter of kittens.
  • In Burnt Snape was considering blood-adopting Harry in order to keep Dumbledore from sending him back to his abusive relatives at the end of first year. Alastor Moody suggested that the potion would "take" more strongly with the blood of more than one magical parent in it, adding "I hear that havin’ two daddies nowadays is very fashionable."
  • Harry Potter and the Wand of Uru: Lily and Narcissa have been having an affair long enough that Harry, his sisters, and Altaira (Draco's sister) all refer to them as Mum and Mother respectively.

Homestuck

  • Brainbent's Sollux Captor has Dad One and Dad Two (as he calls them) Pollux Castor and Clubs Deuce.

Lucky Star

The Matrix

  • The adopted A.I. known as Cole Anderson in the fanfic called Bringing Me To Life has two dads, Smith is called Father, while Neo is Dad.

My Hero Academia

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic

  • The Elements of Harmony and the Savior of Worlds states that Celestia and Luna were created by the Princess Ponies. As such, they consider and refer to all six as their mothers.
  • My Little Mommies, wherein the duos of Twilight and Rainbow Dash, Pinkie and Fluttershy, and Applejack and Rarity each become parents to a single foal created with their combined DNA via a magic mirror; it's later revealed that Derpy Hooves and Sparkler (canon name: Amethyst Star) had the same thing happen to them some years before, though Sparkler was unaware of exactly what had happened at the time.
  • Several fics have Twilight and Rainbow Dash adopt Scootaloo, or are heading in that direction. Examples include Rainbooms and Romance, its sequel A Life of Love (now removed for revision), and Under Our Wing, by the same author; ssjgokillo's Sparkle Dash Family: TMP Stories; The Abyss's I'll Always Be Here For You; and bats' Spellbound Fireflies.
  • In Lopoddity's Pandoraverse, there are several instances of this. Each time it is HandWaved by saying Discord or Pandora did it. Justified, seen as they are Reality Warpers:
    • Rarity and Applejack had a daughter named Magnolia May after Discord turned Rarity into a stallion for a week.
    • Rainbow Dash's son Aerostorm and his coltfriend Bruce have a daughter named Wave Rider. While Aerostorm was originally supposed to be the female, Bruce got turned instead (then again, it might have been a bad idea to his rival Pandora...)
    • Pandora herself has a son named Oddball with her marefriend, Cupcake. Being a draconequus, normal biology doesn't really apply to her.
    • Same goes for their Rule 63 counterparts, Paradox and Beefcake, with their daughter Snickerdoodle.
    • This extends beyond her pony works, with Gemsona Onyx being in a relationship, and having a kid, with Larimar, the Gemsona of Kilala97.
  • In Pony POV Series, Lyra and Bon Bon adopted Tootsie and raise her together.
  • In The Royal Sketchbook, Luna and Twilight end up fostering and later adopting a batpony colt named Pterus.
  • The Differentverse: Scootaloo has both her birth mother, who gave her up but tries to stop by every now and then, and her aunt Derpy, who loves her like a second daughter.
  • RainbowDoubleDash's Lunaverse:
    • Lyra has two dads, having been conceived via surrogate mom.
    • At one point, due to a long story and some interdimensional travel, an accident creates an alicorn who's a mix of Trixie and Twilight Sparkle's features (and cutie marks). Being insane and evil, she decides to kill all four of her "parents".
    • A not-in-continuity story has a smaller version of the aforementioned alicorn created by a magical mishap (these things happen when an evil cult kidnap two ponies and get interrupted by an angry Princess). She also, after some consideration, figures Trixie and Twilight are her mothers, which leads to much confusion when she meets the other foals of Ponyville, given the filly looks the same age as them, and Twilight Sparkle only moved into Ponyville a few months before (much annoyed discussion on just where foals come from ensues). Not helping matters is a third party "adopting" Thesis, but insisting she's just Thesis' sister, despite the Blatant Lies therein.

Naruto

  • A Growing Affection has Toshiro and Momo Inuzuka, the children of Hana Inuzuka and her wife Shizune. Technically, Toshiro is Hana's son and Momo is Shizune's daughter, but they are still biological siblings from the same sperm donor.

Neon Genesis Evangelion

  • Doing It Right This Time: Discussed. Asuka, Rei, and Shinji have a three-ways relationship. Both girls agree if or when any of them has a child with Shinji, they will raise him or her together.
  • Thousand Shinji: After ascending to godhood during Third Impact, Shinji, Asuka, Rei, and Misato got together. Their children regard the three women as their mothers, independent of who actually bore them.
  • Shinji in Aeon Natum Engel was taken care of by two female agents before Gendo summons him.

Pokémon

Power Rangers

  • Sean O'Callhahan, the Red Ranger in Power Rangers GPX was partially raised in a same-sex household with his mom and another woman. His girlfriend Maria also grew up in a similar household. Sean later stands up for every single kid raised in a same-sex household:
    Sean: "Right, because two women who love each other and raising a wonderful family is more unnatural than someone as hateful as you are."

RWBY

  • Linked in Life and Love: A major reveal is that it was Summer and Raven that were the Official Couple of STRQ, and the parents of Ruby and Yang (biological in Ruby's case). Taiyang is just the sisters' godfather (and Yang's biological father with Raven).
  • Snowflake!: Weiss and Yang have a (biological) daughter named Snowflake.
  • In RWBY: Scars, Penny refers to the man who created her as her father. She also refers to Ironwood as her "second father". As it turns out, Ironwood is literally Penny's father. She contains the soul of Ironwood's dying daughter Penelope Ironwood.
  • In Phoenix Rose, Ruby was dating Blake when Blake's abusive ex-boyfriend took her hostage and raped her. Ruby became pregnant but was so freaked out that she ran off. Ruby kept the baby and raised him on her own for a decade. Eventually, Ruby introduces Phoenix to Blake and the two hook-up back together.
  • In Flame's Shade, Yang's biological mother Raven is killed. Yang becomes the guardian of her infant half-sister, however her other half-sister Ruby is the one who actually takes care of the baby more. Eventually, Ruby and Blake end up the main guardians, though Blake is uncomfortable with being seen as her "mother".

Sgt. Frog

The Simpsons

  • The ending of Marge Simpson Anime shows that Marge and Manjula have left their husbands and are raising their kids together. Adult versions of Bart and Lisa come to visit.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Soul Series

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Steven Universe

That's So Raven/Raven's Home

  • Near the end of Support, a pregnant Chelsea divorces her abusive husband. After the baby, a girl named Robin, is born, Chelsea begins dating her best friend Raven. The two raise Robin and the epilogue implies they'll have another kid soon.
  • In And everything's gonna change, now., Raven has a vision that she's Secretly Dying. She convinces her roommate and best friend Chelsea to marry her so that their kids have someone to be with if anything were to either one of them. It's not a romantic marriage, but everyone else seems to think it is. Eventually, they do realize their feelings for one another. Chelsea is the one who's sick, but she survives and the story ends with the two planning a wedding ceremony (because they originally got married in court).
  • The Search for the Sublime ends with Raven and Chelsea in a blended family with their three kids.

Touhou

  • Fanon is that Kanako and Suwako behave as Sanae's parents, and raised her before they all moved to Gensoukyou. Bonus points for Sanae being a direct descendant of Suwako.
  • At Chirei portrays the Palace of the Lost Spirits Cast Herd as this, with Satori and Koishi as the parents and Rin and Utsuho as the children. Koishi leaving to explore the surface is played a lot like a divorce, with Rin and Utsuho desperate to get them back together. (Keep in mind, Satori and Koishi are sisters.)

Transformers

  • Gender Flipped and played with in Shadows Of The Past as Will literally has two sets of parents, Decepticon and human. Though both of the 'Cons are 'male' by default.
  • The Ultimate Mate Hunt: Sixshot, Starscream's sparkling, LITERALLY has four daddies, due to Megatron, Optimus, Soundwave, and Skyfire all contributing CNA to the sparkling's coding.
  • In the Transformers: Prime photo-comic series A Sparkling's Tale, an orphaned Bumblebee is being raised by both Ratchet and Optimus Prime.
  • In Kenya Starflight's fic Brothers in Arms, Megatron decides that since he's on the verge of winning the war, he needs an heir to succeed him when he eventually goes offline, to avoid a fight for control between the other Decepticons. He chooses Shockwave to carry his sparkling, for purely practical reasons. Much later, when the war has gone in the Autobots' favor, Megatron surrenders on the condition that Optimus Prime care for his son. Optimus thus becomes Caliber's third father.

Twilight

Voltron: Legendary Defender

Warrior Cats

The Wicked Years/Wicked

  • The Wicked fic Promises Kept revolves around Glinda having been impregnated by her ex-boyfriend Fiyero three years ago. Elphaba only learns about this when Fiyero himself tells her. She promptly leaves Fiyero for Glinda. Elphaba and Glinda raise their daughter Ella together.

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