It's not the "norm", meaning it's not common. That doesn't necessarily make a thing wrong or bad.
Many transwomen and transmen have a gender change before becoming parents. It is a personal choice.<br />
As for the "single parent" part of the question, many transpeople are married and live traditional family unit style lives.
It's normal to be human of any gender and have children. But you should understand that it's not that easy to raise kids. It takes not only responsibility, but a certain firmness in future and in welfare.
That's great :)
Not that I would consider myself to have the corner on 'normal', but umm, no, I don't think this is normal
You can't actually do that. Science isn't there yet.
She had female parts....so she's still female. If you start as a male you can't give birth....all they can change is how you look and hormones.
Find a woman that will have your baby.
If all you want is the baby... perhaps you should just look for a surrogate.
I've never seen it. What does that mean?
To say something is "normal" not kind of misses the point. Just for clarification, do you identify openly as female already, or is it something you are contemplating?