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Are you looking for someone that will act as a stepdad or stepmom to your children, or simply a partner for companionship?
By knowing what you want, you’re more likely to spot a potential winner when you see one.
When dating with kids it’s so important to be with someone who really understands your role as a parent and appreciates the fact that your child or children will often come first.
So whether the babysitter is late, or your child is sick and you have to cancel a date, you’ll be sure that your partner understands what it means to be dating a single mom or dad.
When you meet someone special, it’s only natural that you’ll want to bring that person into your world; namely, to introduce them to your kids.
Before you do so, though, it’s important that you take your time and make sure you’ve gauged a real and lasting commitment from them to you and your relationship.
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So, I’ll accept my friend’s offer, and be friends with benefits, except ones like hope or expectation.
Dating became a distraction from my daily life, an escape from my full plate of responsibilities. He didn’t have kids and didn’t understand the sinking devastation I felt. “It’s nice to have someone who will have sex with you and not be a jerk, yet not have any expectations or all the emotional stuff.” He had a point.
Even with my friends’ willingness to help out with child care, every night out was a scramble to set up who could watch my kids and when I had to be home by their bedtime. My older daughter was away for a few days after Christmas, and he asked me to go out of town with him. I needed so desperately to get a break from my day-to-day life of working at home. “I gave him an out,” I said to my friend a couple of days later while wallowing through the sixth season of “Parenthood.” “Why did you give him an out? I wanted to escape for an hour or two in between some flirty distractions without worrying about whether he’ll be a supportive, healthy, future partner. I had two very real kids at home who came first, took up most of my time and energy, and I didn’t have much to give.
When my friend suggested a babysitter who was a male, I hesitated.
I finally called out of desperation, hoping he wasn’t hot. We danced around our mutual attraction for a few months, and eventually gave in. ” I started to realize how much of a recluse I’d become over the past couple years.
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“Maybe I should set up an online dating account to help me get over him,” I said. After a day on the site, I had three dates on the calendar. Asking a man out on a date, or accepting one, wasn’t just 90 minutes over a beer, sharing the anecdotes that would make us attractive enough to make out with each other.