Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I used to be really "marketable" and have found that having a baby has made dating IMPOSSIBLE. Is it because she's only 3 months old (her father is NOT in the picture and I'm not upset about it in the least). I am a 27 year old with a 8 year old son so i know what your going threw.Without playdates to supervise, squabbles to moderate, or mac 'n' cheese to make, it's hard to know who you are at first."I had to take a step back and process what had happened in my marriage," says Jennifer Fink, a mom of four from Mayville, Wisconsin."I went to a therapist, wrote in my journal, and spent time with my friends and family.It seems only men who want friends with benefits are truly "interested."Ladies with babies, have you experienced this? I believe that you are having problems because you just got out of a long term relationship obviously not that long ago since you child is only 3 months.
Further, if you’re not a kid person or don’t want kids, you should not date a woman with kids to see if you’ll change your mind.But when deciding to date a woman with a child, you should be clear about your expectations for the relationship upfront with yourself and her.In other words, if you’re still in the “dating just to date” phase of your life, involving a woman with a child is probably not the type of relationship you should engage in because your actions will more than likely impact the lives of two people — the woman and the child.When my daughter, Mae, was 7 months old, her father and I split up.He left the country -- without saying goodbye, I might add -- to start a new life.I've been at it for three-plus years now, so let me take a stab at what I suspect are your most pressing questions--they were surely mine. I know people who waited years before deciding to take the plunge and some who threw themselves into it instantly. If there's another parent in the picture and you share custody, you will suddenly have something called free time, which you may remember from your pre-mom days.