Cute, right? Well, not everyone thought so.

So what do you do when your way of living is under fire? You douse those flames with a li'l love.

My husband and I started a project!

We created the site to publicly reflect the changing face of the American family. According to the 2008 census, 15% of new marriages are interracial. And yet, it still feels rare to see something like the Cheerios ad represented in mainstream culture. Our site proves yes, we do exist, and we live and love (even skydive!) just like other families.

The response has been amazing! So many families and couples have shared their stories and pictures with us. 

 Thanks to everyone for contributing and spreading the word. Keep those photos coming!

Featured press articles and interviews below.

The Katie Couric Show: Talk show interview (video)
Al Jazeera English - The Stream: Talk show interview (video)
MSNBC - Melissa Harris-Perry: "Our Footsoldiers of the Week" (video)
NBC's Today'It's a beautiful thing': Cheerios ad inspires interracial family photo album
TIME.comTumblr of the Week: We Are the 15 Percent
Huffington Post: Interracial Family Launches Site In Response To Cheerios Backlash
BuzzFeed: BREAKING: Interracial Families Actually Exist
Bossip: A “Lil Positivity”
The Morning Show - Toronto: Interview (video)
Jet Magazine: Interracial Family’s Response to Cheerios Backlash
Babble: 25 photos of beautiful interracial families
Refinery 29: The World's Most Heartwarming Tumblr
MSNBC - The Grio: Interracial couple launches site ‘We Are the 15 percent’ in response to Cheerios ad backlash
Mashable: 10 Adorable Interracial Family Photos From 'We Are the 15 Percent
Fast CoExist: YouTube Racists Inspire this Interracial Family Tumblr
iVillage: Check Out the Awesome Tumblr Inspired by the Cheerios Ad Backlash Two Atlanta artists respond to multiracial Cheerios ad Photo project cheers on mixed-race families
NY Daily News: Atlanta couple creates blog celebrating interracial families in response...
Yahoo NewsThe Tumblr Inspired by Cheerios’ Interracial Family BabyCenterCheerios ad backlash inspires website with interracial families
CafeMomBeautiful Blog Celebrates Mixed Race Families Like No Cereal Commercial Ever Could