Thanks to everyone for the kind greetings. And it's great hearing that some of you have people that have been through something similar (sorta) nearby.
My mother is totally on my team now, but it took a lot of talks and tears with her for both of us to assimilate the situation with each other. A lot changed the first time she saw me wearing girl clothes and makeup (even if it was an everyday jeans and shirt look)
My dad is a little farther behind in the process, he has changed to calling me with female pronouns recently and I'm very happy for that. I think the biggest change for him was seeing me everyday for 3 weeks when I came back home to visit them on Christmas and hearing how my mom, my brother and my sister-in-law referred to me.
I believe they still struggle with the idea, I know I still find it kind of odd every once in a while. But I'm very grateful that they were supportive even when they were not fully accepting. I love my family more today than ever before.