Dating kid someone

All of his kids are involved in sports and church activities. Turns out that such a demanding schedule, coupled with the spontaneous responsibilities of parenthood, are not all that conducive to a potential relationship.

Virtually every day and every weekend, somebody has a practice, a rehearsal, or a game — and he’s at just about every single one. We talked on the phone often, but that’s all we ever managed to do. Every planned date was postponed because of a basketball tournament, somebody’s tummy ache, no one to watch the kids on his weekend, or scheming baby mama antics.

A person without kids isn’t a walk in the park just because of that fact alone. This can be especially daunting for someone like me who fully savors her freedom.

Many an evening I talked to Chris and he was on his way to Chuck E.

Which led me to the conclusion, “I don’t think there’s any room for me in your life.” “Of course there’s room for you,” Chris said.

He then explained, with all seriousness, how I could come to the boys’ football games and we could hang out and talk in the stands.

If they are in love, you have nothing to be afraid of.All things that would slow down like cold honey to mesh with a family man. Still, I don’t consider a man with children to be a deal breaker. No one should apologize for their kids (unless they’re really, really bad. She later stated, “Me having a daughter isn’t a compromise and anyone I’m going to spend my life with is going to see it as the biggest bonus ever.” Okay, the word “compromise” isn’t the most warm and cozy thing to say in this context; a parent doesn’t want to hear anything less than glowing applause about his or her little dumpling, even if the pookie doo cusses them out on a regular basis.I say “getting to know” because our brief tango didn’t get very far for a few reasons … I was wary from the beginning with “Chris.” Two baby mamas, and two boys and two girls.

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