Women with children dating

Current GF's daughter is 8 years old, and while she has her moments, for the most part she is a coniving little turd.

Brb No alone time Brb Constant interuptions from kid, cannot have a conversation without kid interupting Brb Kid wants a toy, a dog, a cat, a gerbal, and any other animal and wont quit asking for it despite being told no Brb Kid wants all mommys attention all the time Brb Mom is all stressed out from over bearing kid and takes it out on me causing needless arguments Brb Do not want to listen to parenting advice Brb Kid secretly resesnts me, despite how nice i am to it, and talks crap behind back to GF's mom about how she is ignored Brb Cant watch a movie or talk on phone untill kid is asleep because GF cannot say Its rude to interupt people while they are watching movie or on phone when kid demands attention, despite having it all day Brb GF not wanting to work out or excersise because kid wont sit still for 20 mins while she runs on tread mill and i help her train The list goes on..

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So im 30 years old now, and the past 5 years or so have dated/ smashed quite a few girls that have kids.

At this very juncture of my life, I have no burning desire to have kids.

She's smart, strong, and beautiful, but also a bit of a mystery. And how do you let her know that you're not just playing games—without getting overly involved too soon?

In that post and in a follow-up one, I talked about my issue with her love of an occasional glass of wine and how it was really a “me problem”.You may need to run some sort of background check or something to know what kind of temperament the guy has.A suave, zen-like guy who can hold in his inner lion is great but if you have a temper tantrum throwing lunatic around your baby, you need to drop him like a bad habit.Im noticing that most single women with kids simply do not know how to stand up to there children, daughters especially.I was just now talking to my GF on phone for first time in 2-3 days when daughter comes in and asks to watch TV with her, despite having been glued to her ass all week due to summer and no school, I assumed GF would just say "no, im on phone, i will when i get off" but instead said "are you sure, it might be loud for you? I told GF "are you seriously going to blow me off to go watch cartoons, why dont you just tell her no? GF gives weak escuse so i hang up on her mid sentence.The crowd was a mix of college guys and young professionals. And when the topic of my work came up, I told a small group of guys that I was working on an interesting article that required me to tap real-life guys for their opinions on dating single moms. It seems like baggage and I wouldn’t want to be involved in any baby-daddy drama.” “My mom was a single mom most of my childhood, so I have tons of respect for single mothers.I would absolutely go on a date with a single mom and see where it could lead.), she ended up telling me that drinking wasn’t that important to her and that she would never drink in front of me, which she hasn’t — something that has not gone unnoticed or unappreciated.So, we’ve been together for three months now and everything is going very, very well. And believe me, I am no angel and have plenty of my own issues.I am seriously considering breaking up with her right now. It gets really old, especially since they are not yours and you have no say or do in discipline.Fortunately, ive never had to deal with baby daddys, having some ex boyfriend/ husband out there being cautious or jealous of me being around his kid would be to much for me. I haven't had experience but I have noticed how single mums now find me more desireable than they would pre child.