Don't have any boyz but I got a lovely girl in M-6. She hates it when i call her nah farang.
As the father of a biracial kid I've learned this: There will come a time when they will identify with one race over the other. If this choice doesn't work out well for them they can always try the other. If that doesn't work out you'll have a problematic kid. Identification with a group is maybe one of the most important tasks for a young duel-coloured one to face. My son lives in a very progressive environment but it wasn't always that way. My grandson is almost six and he still doesn't know what he is ... yet. I'm glad for that.