Single mom dating a man with no kids
2017 estimates say that single mothers lead around 7.76% of all American households,¹ meaning that there are literally millions of single moms across America.
If you date women, then, dating a single mom is a very real possibility, especially if you date women in their 30s, 40s, or 50s.
If things aren’t working out, she’s far more likely to be upfront than waste her precious time stringing anyone along.
Therefore, if she lets you into her life, be proud!
If she falls for you, it’s the real deal Here’s a truism: single moms are busy women.
For single moms who are juggling dating with a job and kids, free time is precious, and while she will want to spend many of her nights off with you, she’ll likely want some ‘me time’ too. You’ll soon learn the importance of flexibility – and the difficulty of spontaneity.
No work, no kids, no dates, just Netflix and a bath (or, let’s be honest, some actual sleep! When you’re dating a single mom you can’t just whisk her away for a romantic weekend: not when she has to organize a babysitter, emergency numbers, and replacement routines.
If your man thinks the ideal date is all-night clubbing with bottle service, he’s not going to be up for diaper changing at 5 a.m. At first, you unconsciously like escaping your world to hang out in his.
(The baby is with grandma and you’re getting a break from the single mommy routine!