Single guy dating single mother
Did we mention that we told the babysitter we'd be home by p.m., but there's hella traffic, and there's no way we're getting home anywhere close to on time?
Don't freak out, especially if it's just to show us that you take the responsibilities of parenthood seriously.
She'll tell you what's up when it comes to her kid and how being a mom intersects with dating.
Although, that said, the best assumption to leave at the door is the one about how all moms want to talk about their kids all the time.
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Single moms date for as many different reasons as people without kids, and are as likely or unlikely to be open to a serious relationship as anyone else.
I would just be really cautious about getting close to the kid, because if it didn’t work out, I’d feel bad if the kid got attached, then hurt.” “I think it would be a pain.
My friend dated a single mom and she was always breaking plans because of childcare issues, or suggesting he just come over and watch a movie. Maybe she’s like my friend and had a baby after just dating someone. I dated a single mom who had a lot of issues with her ex and I found that I got sucked into a lot of drama.
I’m young and I want to have fun, out in the world, not be tied down to someone’s living room while her kid sleeps in the bedroom. I admire my friend for being a stand-up guy and taking care of his son, so my opinion of a woman doing the same … Also, her ex had issues with me being around his daughter because he was threatened by the relationship that was forming.
Also, my friend’s ex had a kid that always wanted to sleep in his mom’s bed and that would be a problem for me. I want all the perks that come with a grown-up relationship.” “A lot of my friends are divorced and one guy even has a kid after a one-night stand.