Dating for single parents tips
2017 estimates say that single mothers lead around 7.76% of all American households,¹ meaning that there are literally millions of single moms across America.
If you date women, then, dating a single mom is a very real possibility, especially if you date women in their 30s, 40s, or 50s.
You might have some really great ideas about how you think she could do things, and you might have some strong ideas about how children should behave. You're at the mercy of custody agreements, parent-teacher conferences, skinned knees, stuffy noses, and — buy her wine for this one — lice. Throw everything you know about Sunday Funday out the window.
As The Huffington Post put it, ‘’remember, if you’ve met her children, it’s the sign of all signs that she sees a future with you and most importantly, she trusts you.’’ 1.
She’s practical and doesn’t sweat the small stuff If there’s one thing dating a single mom teaches you, it’s that they are the definition of capable.
You cook that spicy penne, you uncork a bottle of red, you put on the latest HBO megashow, bada bada bing!
Or maybe you both sleep late then queue for brunch somewhere trendy, because you know that love means buying a girl overpriced avocado toast. When kids are in the picture, late nights and sleep-ins are probably no longer on the cards. You just need to rethink what you consider to be romance. Deal with it Want to be a part of a single mom’s life?