From my own experience dating single dads twice in my life – the first time at 23 when I had no kids yet and the second at 46 when I had two girls of my own, here are my tips to make it work for all involved. REMEMBER HE´S NOT ALONE When you become involved with a single dad, you need to decide whether you’re ready to take him along with everything that is attached to him: ex-wife issues, child support payments, kids and all.The best relationships are built on the feeling of being a team.With the world on your shoulders and precious little free time it's obvious why.You can log on at night, after your kids are asleep, and you can get to know potential partners long before you actually go on a date.Well, no, as I discovered, he can have a parenting-style that just doesn’t mesh.Or he can be a great dad, and just not a great fit for mom.
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As a parent, you understand how your relationship with your child plays into your life.
Talking to my friend D, a married dad, he pointed out how his single male friends–mostly in their mid-to-late 30s–couldn’t really wrap their brain around the fact that his kids are the priority once you have them.
D and I, and so many parents I know agree that hanging out until in the morning and not having a care is just not in the program anymore. He’s comfortable around kids, understands meltdowns, knows the weird things kids eat and is familiar with shows like “Yo Gabba Gabba.” Jackpot, right?