Date: 2018-03-10 05:29
Each hour-long installment focuses on the drama that ensues when the group of expectant mothers embark on their quest for Mr Right.
Being a good parent is not an easy job to do. You are responsible for so many things, including health, development, emotional well-being, physical activity of your kids, to name but a few. It’s natural that you want all the best. Read More
6. People still go on dates. You know, date dates? Maybe Millennials have given up on the ancient practice, but adults my age are still doing real dates. I've gone to dinner, to the movies, to plays, to the opera. What I'm not doing: "Hanging" with a group of single friends and hoping to hook up with someone by the end of the night.
And another added: 'I personally find something wrong with it. The mother should be focusing on herself and the baby's well-being and not worried about finding the next man.'
8. Childless guys will happily date moms. Here I thought it would be only single dads who'd want to date me. But nope -- I've dated just as many never-married guys with no kids. Smart men will look at you as a whole, multifaceted person, not just through the lens of one role. Some guys may even admire you more for being a parent.
For too long I’ve let what my ex-husband and his new wife think about me bother me. All I wanted was for the kids to see us all get along and to bring them up in a peaceful and accepting environment. But it seemed that the more I. Read More
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It's the dirtiest word in single motherhood. "Child Support." If you look at the word simply, it means "Supporting Your Child". But often times when heard, it takes on all kinds of other ugly misreadings. "Gold-digging".. Read More
9. Childless guys aren't necessarily immature narcissists. Shocking but true. There are childless men who are capable of understanding all the demands you're juggling as a single mom. They respect you for your juggling act, and they'll be flexible and understanding. Of course, the reverse is also true: Being a dad doesn't necessarily mean you've got your shit together or that you're over yourself.
After a series of disheartening blind dates, I met a handsome man who cast his net over me, completely bewitching me with his humor and charm. (Did I mention how wretchedly in need of some laughs I was by this point?). He was such deliciously good company that it ensured his popularity with people in far loftier social circles than I. Needless to say, the added complication of having a child was not a big attraction for him, either. Lesson number four: Must like kids.