The additional clarification is nice insofar as it narrows the scope of applicability. However, it still does not fully resolve my concerns. The new policies, even interpreted in light of the latest clarification, withhold naming blessings and baptisms from children of gay persons that desire those rituals. It targets them exceptionally (along with children of polygamists) among the many kinds of parents with whom Church leaders have moral disagreements. Other exceptions are based on geography and not moral disagreements.
I imagine that Church leaders may be thinking that moral disagreements related to marriage are the hardest for children to deal with. I know of no evidence to support that. Moreover, hard or not, participation in Church activities is apparently still welcome. Why wouldn't the teachings of the Church be harder on the children of gay persons than the rituals of the Church, particularly when Church leaders are teaching that the rituals should be withheld?
It would be more consistent with professed concerns for children of gay persons if the Church were to prevent those children from attending Church activities generally. But of course that would be wrong too.