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Whether they decide you're the coolest dude on the planet or punctuate every exchange with "You're not my real dad" depends on your confidence in yourself and your readiness for parenthood.
Depending on the age and maturity of the child, the upheaval created by Mom and Dad no longer living under the same roof doesn't need to be complicated by premature exposure to a succession of prospective replacements.
You will never fully get to experience or enjoy your relationship if there’s always a third party stirring the pot.
It is also important to set boundaries with him involving his child.
For example, unless things are getting serious between the two of you, you shouldn’t feel obligated to spend time with his child.
If it’s just casual dating, then you need to remember that you are just dating him.
It is important to remember that you are dating him, his kids. If it’s just a casual situation or the beginning stages where the two of you are still trying to figure each other out, there’s no need to stress or obsess over his responsibilities. For those of you dating with kids, I understand that sometimes you don’t disclose that information because you want to have a social life and would like to keep certain things separate, but honestly, everything will eventually overlap once things pick up with the person you are dating.
He will make time for you if he’s truly invested in getting to know you.
But NEVER think it’s okay to put him in a position where he has to choose between spending time with his kid or quality time with you.
We exchanged account names for social media, and I learned through his Instagram that he had a daughter. I thought about what I had said when I was in college: A man with kids is a no-no. I don’t want to be groomed to be a child’s stepmother.
But then I had to think about dating from the perspective of a parent.