Dating men introducing children early
Like I wanted to see the same person consistently, but I wasn't looking to plan for a future, so I didn't mind dating people with kids as long as they wanted the same thing, which he claimed he did at first.Due to a death in his family I became way too involved with his two-year-old daughter way too soon, and he wanted to settle down with me within a couple months of knowing one another. His daughter was awesome, but I didn't want to be a parent figure in her life, and since he was such a young father (21) she was unfortunately stunting his personal and professional growth, and I didn't have it in me at that stage in my life to be with someone who would be a 'project'.(As part of this, he also has to remain in close contact with his ex-wife, as they are still co-parents, which he otherwise probably would not do.) 2) There has been intense debate and conflict between the two co-parents on whether to tell the kids that he's poly (and, thus, whether to introduce them to me, or how to handle all that in general).He's mostly in favour of honesty, the co-parent is not.
Just got out of a relationship with a guy who had two from a previous relationship.
And when things were supposed to go back to normal, they rarely did.
I'm glad I'm no longer in that relationship as it has, in part, turned me off from ever being with a man who has kids, especially if his ex is immature." "I'm polyamorous - my husband and I are childfree, but my boyfriend of four years has two children.
Back when I was single and dating around I had two different fellas lie about not having kids before we met. It's not that I don't like their kids or respect their children, I just do not feel like I need to deal with baby mama drama. She’d come over for summer and Christmas and my boyfriend would spend time with her then, and he’d go abroad to see her a few times a year too.
I have no baggage and expect the same in return." Grandkids wouldn't bug me. This didn’t bother me because I really enjoy time to myself.