We both have children from previous relationships. When we got married we decided that we wanted to have one together. And that’s Matt you know. Yeah. He was perfect, you know. He was always just, he was just a really good baby all the way around. He was having some depression issues and just something wasn’t right, but we didn’t know what it was. And at 12 years old there was self-harm. There was multiple 72-hour holds, and we didn’t know why. What’s going on with our child, you know? Like my dad said, once puberty hit it’s kind of where it all started going downhill. What, what is it? Like what’s — why am I feeling like this? Why do I hate my body so much? With his school, for example, they got it right, eventually. It took a little while. And we’re grateful that they got it right eventually. But with with SRS it wasn’t, it wasn’t even an issue. Yeah, it was a non-issue just the way it should have been. Yeah. It’s like they had the wrong address and they fixed it. I mean it was like boom. That was it. Even my prescriptions were like changed almost immediately. It didn’t put any undue stress on our child when he was already having enough issues prior to that. And that whole, especially in the beginning, is such a stressful time for obviously for Matt, but also for the parents because your number one concern is the safety of your kid and how things are going to go. But once I finally figured out this is what’s going on, this is what’s happening, it really it felt like a huge weight was lifted off of my shoulders that I was finally able to put a name to this stress and trauma that was plaguing my mind for months. But we knew with just the way he reacted to just the change with name and pronouns, we knew that we were doing the right thing and that we were on the right path and that he was truly a boy. No doubt about it.