Fantasies about playing with the kids and having ice cream dates could very well be on the cards. But could means it’s a gamble, not a guarantee.
Let’s face it: finding “the one” is difficult and when you bring kids and a former partner into the mix, things can get messy. Even if he’s compassionate, kind, intellectual, and pretty much the closest thing to perfect; you’re going to want to ask a few questions first before dating someone with kids.
It might be a good idea to wait with the introductions at first. Don’t meet his kids until after you’ve established the relationship and feel it is stable enough that the two of you will be together for the foreseeable future.
Remember, kids are always going to be a huge part of your partner’s life and if you can’t see yourself spending time with them, dating someone with kids might not be for you.
There’s no denying that this kind of relationship has its own challenges, but that being said; a child is no reason not to pursue the man you love. If you’re willing to put in the extra effort, you might find your happily ever after.
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