Gazing back into those beautiful eyes of your child, you suddenly are flooded with memories of your parents being overprotective and giving you a hard time. You understand because you would do literally anything to protect your child from ever feeling any type of pain. Sometimes marriages or relationships don't work out, but things do work out for the best. Luckily, the relationship with your child never ends.
Save the games for the rest of the single people in the world who do not have the responsibility of looking out for the emotional well-being of themselves and their child. I’m always surprised at how few people discuss this topic upfront.
Some women with children do not want any more kids, and this is an awkward conversation to have after you have already exchanged “I love yous” or “I dos.” If you want one or two kids and she already has one or two kids, this is a conversation you should have sooner rather than later.
Approaching the dating landscape can be a complicated (and scary) thing to do after becoming a single parent.
If you want to date a single parent, it is important to keep these tips in mind: There are no ifs, ands or buts about this.
Life should be perfect and easy sailing from that moment on with baby, mom and dad — one happy family. How does being a single mother fit into that equation?
Dating as a single parent is a completely different experience than it was as a single, carefree woman.
However, there are a few things childless men should keep in mind when deciding whether they are ready to date a woman with a child, or children. Figure out if you like or want kids BEFORE dating a woman with children.
When you are single and looking to mingle, you generally will not hurt anyone if you start dating “just to see where things go.” Plenty of men do this all the time.
As a single mother, my ex and I have a fairly amicable relationship that allows us to co-parent our son effectively, and there is no drama involved with me dating others.
However, I now approach relationships and dating with a different mindset than before becoming a mother.
If I trust you, please respect and honor that trust, as I will do for you. Life is busy, and raising a child is a lot of work.