They're a family of two fathers and one daughter.
Alex, is the biological father of the two-year-old girl. The two men legally married in Mexico City, where same-sex marriage is allowed.
The couple is at the center of a gay rights debate in Mexico. Their daughter, the couple says, was expelled from a private school in Monterrey for having two fathers.
The couple says an administrator at the Hills Institute, which also has a daycare facility, told them they would have to hide the fact they're a same-sex couple if they wanted the girl to stay at their school.
"They were asking me to give up all of my rights as parent at the school. I would've had to not participate in school or social activities. I was to not communicate with anybody nor attend together, as a family, mother's day or father's day celebrations as long as she was attending the school."
The couple found the conditions unacceptable and the school expelled the girl just a few days later.
CNN's calls and emails to school officials seeking comment went unanswered.
On its website, the Hills Institute describes itself as "The best bicultural school in Mexico's educational system."
The couple has filed a complaint with Mexican education authorities claiming that regardless of their family's composition, it is illegal to deny a child an education in Mexico. They also filed a complaint with the Mexican agency that protects consumers saying the school has yet to refund their money. Alex says a check the school sent bounced.
As for the little girl, her parents say they're looking for an alternative school while trying to explain to her why she can't see her friends anymore.