Keys to dating an older man

It takes time to create a harmonious co-parenting relationship.

If these two have not completely crossed this bridge, please be advised you will be walking into a contest even if you are not a willing participant.

One thing you need to understand is this: His kids come first.

If that fact doesn’t detour you, be ready to receive some of the benefits that will inevitably come when he does get around to calling you. The man with kids doesn’t get a lot of one-on-one adult time, especially if he is the primary parent.

Coming into a family dynamic from the outside gives you the opportunity to be a friend to his kids.

If you become his wife and a step mother, you will always be the “fun” parent.

Who cares if their nights out start and end before we even begin our happy hour?

Those afternoon naps they are tied to can be filled with lots of fun.

The Bad: If you do end up being with this guy on a permanent level, all of the things you do together that are firsts for you might be old hat to him.It is in this way I want to break down what it would be like to patter down the path of romance with an older gentleman.Helping to comprise this list of experience are women I surveyed who have dated men with little ones.Children, don’t get me wrong, are joyous beings I'm sure, but even with my large experience working with them professionally, would I be content to thread them into the fabric of my day-to-day life?The question looms: Is it ever a good idea to date a man with kids?

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